||The Karst Shepherd is named for the area in which it was developed. They are good guard dogs and make a good pet, with the right training.
||varying shades of iron and silver gray
||The double coat is long and thick
||The Karst Shepherd is reliable, independent and protective of home and family.
||Karst Shepherds get along well with children and other pets.
||This breed will need occasional bathing and regular brushing.
||Training needs to be respectful and consistent. This breed wants to be your partner and will resist rough training.
||Karst Shepherds need a large yard with plenty of room to run. They should not live in an apartment.
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