Central Asian Shepherd Dog

Central Asian Shepherd Dog
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Overview: The Central Asian Shepherd dog has existed for thousands of years in the region formerly known as the Soviet Union. The breed has been losing popularity in its homeland and isn't well known in other countries.
Breed Group: Flock Guard
Weight (lbs): 88-176
Height (in): 24-34
Colors: combinations of white, tan, brown or black
Coat: The coat comes in two varieties: long and short, both are thick.
Character: The Central Asian Shepherd dog is strong, brave and protective.
Temperament: The Central Asian Shepherd dog will get along with children and non dominant breeds of dogs. They are reserved with strangers and need socialization to accept new people.
Care: The coat should be brushed occasionally, but frequently in the shedding season.
Training: The Central Asian Shepherd dog performs best with a strong owner, experienced in dog training.
Activity: This breed needs a lot of regular exercise.
Country of Origin: Russia
Health Issue: hip and joint problems
Life Expectancy: 10-14
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