Central Asian Shepherd

The Life of Animals | Central Asian Shepherd | The breed has a more robust dog of medium size, with great strength and power. The hair is short or moderately long with a heavy layer. His ears are, in practice, cut very short, and the tail is moderately long base (with the exception of dogs from countries where cosmetic surgery for dogs are illegal). The legs are straight, with strong bones and moderately angled yet defined. Bred to solve problems, irrespective, strong, brave and responsible. This is a big dog, but agile, sometimes described as a cat and dog fur. Central Asia is a working breed of dog breeds and breeders of different organizations or groups to issue regulations and recommendations to preserve the ability of dogs to perform certain operations.


Breed clubs in European countries rarely have the requirements, while the most common sports such as Schutzhund dog or IPO are not perfectly suited for a dog guardian of cattle. Some EU countries developed special tests to large breeds of dogs to detect the overall stability of a dog, like-minded assessment test in Sweden. The most common tests in the United States are citizens by the AKC Canine Good and ATTS temperament test by the test of the American temperament. Both tests are designed primarily to reveal the stability of temperament. ATTS is more important for working dogs, and also appreciates the reactions necessary for their protection dog.

Despite the negative reputation of dog fighting business, evidence of fighting face to reveal the will of a dog and his ability to fight off predators. In highly developed countries with open field sheepherding, major losses of livestock of cattle can be caused by predation by wild dogs and wolf-dog hybrids and livestock guard dogs must be able to protect the sheep. Control tests are designed to maintain an important race. And finally, the test of real life for Central Asia is just being a dog farm or herd protection dog, in any country. Information on the behavior of dogs kept livestock and details can be found in Livestock Guardian Dog Association

Aziat race is a versatile, universal, and fits into different descriptions simultaneously, which is the Kennel Club to classify different Central Asia in the different groups of purebred dogs. RKF, FCI recognized kennel club of Russia, Central Asia classified as a working dog breed, which reflects the outstanding results in obedience, protection and related military training. Modern requirements for the Kennel Club's main breeding in Russia include mandatory temperament testing and the qualifications and performance evaluation.

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