Anatolian shepherd dog

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Anatolian shepherd dog

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(Breeds) a large powerfully-built dog of a breed with a large head and a short dense cream or fawn coat, originally used for guarding sheep
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The Anatolian shepherd's owner, Andrea Gaylord, was not able to get to her home in Paradise, California, when the fire began to spread Nov.
Giant Sammy, a huge two-year-old Anatolian Shepherd who weighs in at 50kg and stands from paw to head at well over a metre tall, needs a rather large home and will cost you PS50 a month just to feed him.
Handler Bruce Schultz travelled from San Diego with a cohort of eight dogs ranging in size from the petite Cavalier King Charles Spaniel to the Anatolian Shepherd and Bloodhound, both over 100 pounds.
And the Anatolian Shepherd, known since the earliest days of sheep herding in Turkey, is a relative newcomer to the U.S., but is now one of the most numerous guardian breeds in the country.
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And there was only one reason for the change - Owen's new best friend Haatchi, a three-legged Anatolian Shepherd Dog.
For many years he struggled with his condition and withdrew into a private world - until he was introduced to threelegged Anatolian Shepherd dog Haatchi, who had been rescued after being tied to a railway track and left for dead.
For many years he struggled with his condition and withdrew into a private world - until he was introduced to three-legged Anatolian Shepherd dog Haatchi, who had been rescued after being tied to a railway track and left for dead.
Haatchi is a young Anatolian Shepherd dog, horribly injured on a railway track.
Sadly though, the supply of homes for these animals is not sufficient: while the Anatolian shepherd dogs have the plateaus to roam, dogs and cats in the major cities face a dim future.
In the Flint Hills of Kansas, Jackie Wilt and her family successfully teamed donkeys with an Anatolian Shepherd to protect goats.