Caucasian ShepherdDogsCaucasian Shepherd

  • Personality: Fearless, bold, kind; the Caucasian is self-confident and fierce when a threat is present, but he is soft, devoted, and endearing to his family, including other family pets
  • Energy Level: Calm
  • Good with Children: Better with supervision
  • Good with Other Dogs: With supervision
  • Shedding: Regularly
  • Grooming: 2-3 times a week brushing
  • Trainability: Independent
  • Height: 23-30 inches
  • Weight: 99-170 pounds
  • Life Expectancy: 10-12 years
  • Barking Level: Barks when necessary
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About the Breed

The Caucasian Shepherd dog is a very serious breed of guardian and is not to be taken lightly. The Caucasian is brave, fearless, confident and self-confident in the event of a threat. Still, he’s also gentle, affectionate, loving and affectionate to his family members, as well as any other pet in the household.
Caucasian Shepherd dogs were used for centuries to defend property from intruders, protect livestock from small and large predators, such as coyotes and wolves, and for many other purposes. In the present, particularly in the West, they are most often watchdogs and companions. There’s a wide variety of breeds in Caucasian dogs based on their region of origin. Since the beginning of time, there have been two breeds and standards: Mountain type that is long-coated has a larger body mass compared to Steppe type, which is a smaller-coated dog with a lower body mass. Other names for this breed include Caucasian Ovcharka Caucasian Sheepdog, Kawkasky Owtscharka as well as Kaukasische Schaferhund.


As with all breeds, there could be health problems. Certain breeds may have to deal with these problems in their lives. However, most Caucasian Ovcharkas are healthy and healthy breeds. By working alongside a responsible breeder, anyone who wants to acquire a Caucasian Ovcharka will receive the necessary knowledge to be aware of specific health issues within the breed. Breeders who are responsible use genetic testing for their breeding stock to lower the risk of developing diseases in their pups.


Caucasian Shepherd Caucasian Shepherd has a variety of coat types, ranging from very long to very. Longer coats require being groomed regularly. It can be a fantastic bonding time for both the pet and you. Their nails that grow fast and strong should be cut regularly using the aid of a nail clipper or grinder to avoid excessive growth cracking, splitting and splitting. Children’s ears should be examined often to prevent a buildup of wax and other debris that can cause an infection.


The Caucasian Shepherd Dog isn’t easy to train obedience, but it’s not difficult. Although they can be active when out in the open, they tend to be quite quiet inside the home. This makes it difficult to allow people to enter your house. Anyone considering a purchase should be aware that this breed is very protective of their home and family.


You’ll be able to give your Caucasian Shepherd Dog an appropriate formula to meet his specific digestion needs through the different stages in his existence. It is recommended to continue feeding the diet that your breeder suggests until your pup is six months of age (unless there is an urgent need to alter the food). A reputable breeder will ensure that your puppy gets adequate nutrition and quality food that will help your puppy grow healthy. If it’s time to switch some dog food brands, many have formulas specific to breeds, such as small, medium, large, and large breeds.


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