Anatolian Shepherd Dog
Character and temperament
Very intelligent dogs, although can be slow to mature. They have a strong will and temperament. Potentially difficult to train as they were originally bred to use their own initiative, even when trained they can be unpredictable. They have a high aggression level, but will not worry sheep. They are excellent guard dogs because they are naturally very territorial and protective. They do not mix well with children.
Originally from Turkey, they are now considered the national emblem. They were used for hunting lions and horses, but now guard sheep.
Powerful dogs with a distinctive black mask. They are fawn, brindle and white.
Anatolian Shepherd Dogs need plenty of food as puppies.
2 hours a day. They have loads of energy.
Although their coat is short, they moult quite heavily. They need a good brushing once a week.
Also known as the 'Karabash'.
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