||The Moscow Watchdog was first developed in Post World War II Russia. The breed is seldom found outside the country, but is quite popular in Russia.
||red and white
||The coat is thick and medium in length with a plumed tail.
||The Moscow Watchdog is even tempered, strong and a good companion.
||The Moscow Watchdog has a good disposition and gets along well with children. They will get along with dogs that aren't dominant.
||Bathe as needed and brush the coat occasionally.
||The Moscow Watchdog is easy to train and takes commands well.
||This breed needs sufficient exercise and does well with a yard to play in and frequent walks.
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