Category: Working Group

African Boerboel

The Boerboel has been successfully developed in South Africa, and the breed is still in the process of refinement. The origins of this breed are not entirely sure, but it can be traced back to ancient times. Many agree that the breed developed from the Bullenbijter which was brought to South Africa from Europe by Jan van Riebeeck in 1652, and also the Africa dog of the native people. Temperament African Boerboels have been specially bred to be protectors. They have a very even nature and also a friendly character. These dogs are able to sense when you feel...

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Akita Inu, also known simply as an Akita is the largest of the Spitz-type dogs that originated from Japan. With the trademark, curled tail that rests on its back, the Akita is known in Japan as a national monument. Small statues of this magnificent creature are sent to friends and family members who have fallen ill or are parents of newborns. The Akita has always symbolized health and well being in the Japanese culture. Known to be an exceptionally diligent watch or patrol dog, the Akita has the qualities that reflect stubborn loyalty. Used as patrol dogs in police...

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Alaskan Malamute

The Alaskan Malamute is actually descended from the wolf. Today’s breed has some very distinctive characteristics that remind us of that fact, though the Alaskan Malamute is typically a very calm, good-natured dog. Some people think the word “mute” in the name means the dog doesn’t bark. While they tend to be less vocal than many breeds, the Alaskan Malamute can vocalize, though they tend to howl more often than bark. These dogs were first domesticated by the Mahlemuts – a tribe of people who saw the benefit of using the animals for work and companionship. Often, these dogs...

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Anatolian Shepherd

This breed has its origin in Turkey where they have been used as guardian dogs for property and livestock. The Anatolian Shepherd dog is an ancient breed that is more than 6000 years old. These dogs were famous for their capability of making independent decisions, and also for their ability to survive in harsh climates. This was required for the nomadic lifestyle they were a part of. The Anatolian Shepherd dog is regarded as the national emblem of Turkey. Temperament This breed is a very devoted breed that is also commonly used as guardian dogs. The Anatolian Shepherd dog...

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Black Russian Terrier

The Black Russian Terrier is a large dog that was bred for police and military work in Russia. She is a great watch dog and guard dog. She really needs to be housed with her human family but would also appreciate plenty of exercise. She needs an experienced handler, especially for males. They love other dogs but might do very poorly with other dominant type dogs. They also love children but may not take to your childrens friends. Just as a reminder, never leave any puppy or dog alone with any child for any length of time. *Approximate Adult...

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Dog Training

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