Anatolian shepherd dog


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Anatolian shepherd dog

n
(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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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.
Anatolian shepherd dog Haatchi was bludgeoned round the head by his owner and left on a railway line.
Among the most popular dogs in Turkey are 'Anadolu Coban Kopegi' (Anatolian Shepherd Dog) and 'Kangal' (Kangal Shepherd Dog).
The Anatolian Shepherd Dog Club of America: www.ASDCA.org
Marilyn Harned, Secretary of the Anatolian Shepherd Dog Club of America, cautions that this is a primitive breed and a great responsibility to manage ("Anatolian Shepherd Dog: An Ancient Breed," p.
Then his desperate dad Will and stepmum Colleen brought home Haatchi the Anatolian shepherd dog, who had lost a leg after being cruelly bludgeoned round the head by his owner and dumped on a train line.
But the star at Birmingham's NEC was an Anatolian shepherd dog called Haatchi who won in the Friends for Life category.
Deb Rock's Anatolian shepherd dogs were bred to protect flocks of sheep from predators.
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 Namibia, it is official government policy to provide specially-trained Anatolian shepherd dogs - the breed we refer to in this country as Karabash - to chase cheetahs from the herds.