What should I see when I look at Great Pyrenees pups? I am considering one that is 6 months old. It actually was brought out to my house today so I could see how it would do with my chickens and other animals. It ran at the chickens at first, but not like when a dog is wanting to attack. I have seen my own dogs go after the chickens on the other side of fence, and they have a totally different look. Also one time a chicken flew into the back yard and two of my dogs went after it, and their 'attack' run looked different. The pup this morning looked more like a "i want to sniff you" kind of thing. After the person told him no, he didn't do it anymore. Also, how should his gate look when he walks? I thought maybe a couple times that he sort of looked a bit week in one hip/leg. It was so very fleeting, I couldn't tell if it was my imagination. A friend who was here said she never noticed anything with his walk or gate. He was a bit hesitant to let the goats smell him, (he seemed a little bit afraid, but he never acted aggressive). She said he was butted by a big ram yesterday and it knocked him flat, so he was a bit hesitant to let my goats come running at him to sniff. The $350 is a lot of money for me to spend (I know that is not a lot of money for a good guardian dog) and I do not want to put that money into a dog that is not going to be ok. I do know the lady does supply GP live stock guardians to people on a regular basis (she is an established GP breeder with a good reputation). BTW: the chicken I mentioned above, I hollered at my dogs to stop and they did, so the chicken was ok. Didn't want to leave anyone thinking the chicken had been killed by my kids.