The Great Pyrenees, also known as the Pyrenean Mountain Dog, is known mostly for their pure white coat. They have a large, barrel chested frame that is reminiscent of a St. Bernard or Bernese Mountain Dog. Their feathered coat is medium-long in length and fluffy all over their body, except the face. While their frame is dense and heavy, their head is proportionally lighter than the rest of them, but is still seemingly massive in size. They have kind, almond shaped eyes and tiny, rounded ears that are barely discernable from the fur on their head.