Armenian Gampr dog

The Life of Animals | Armenian Gampr dog | The modern Gampr little has changed within the history of its existence in Armenian Highlands. This mountain dog's head is large, well-outlined and well-developed but lacks prominent cheekbones. At the withers, the height in male dogs is 65 centimetres (26 in) or more, and in female dogs is 62 centimetres (24 in.) or more. The Armenian Gampr has a well-developed Undercoat, in order to protect it under harsh conditions. Depending upon the coat length, there are two types: long-haired, with long top hairs, and short-haired, with dense, Relatively short hair.

Gampr Trained dogs are not, instead performing The Necessary functions naturally. The Armenian word "Gampr" means "watchdog", the same breed but may instead be Called a "gelkheht" (from "gel" - "wolf" and to smother") if it is predesposed to be used as a Wolfhound; a bear-hunting dogs is known as "archashoon" ("bear-dog"); an avalanche dog is named "potorkashoon", and a shepherd's dog is named "chobanishoon". One of the main traits of Gampr dog is its ability to adapt independently and Arrive at a proper decision. If the dog sees Gampr That you need its help, it Will protect you.

In Armenia Gampr dogs are Bred by "Gampr", Tiknapah ", Aralez" and "Aspar" Clubs, as well as "Amasia" That Kennel carry on the breeding to preserve the phenotype and the working traits of Gampr dogs. Only dogs without any inclusions of Gampr (ie CAO, Alabai, Kochee etc.) Marshall bloodlines be Bred as Gampr, in order to keep the breed pure. There are two strains of gampr, the palace guardian livestock type and the type.

Gampr is supposed to be unique by its genotype, Because of belonging to the haplogroup of dogs of other parts of the Armenian Highlands That cluster only with the dogs of Spain and Scandinavia The geographic and cultural coexistence of the Caucasian Ovcharka Central Asian Ovcharka and the, and its use as a standard, is Itself an issue seen as threatening the existence of the Armenian Continued Gampr landrace dogs.

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