Caucasian Shepherd Dog fearless & Aggressive dog
Surely its one of its kind and have extra ordinary skill set, before owning it read some facts about this breed.
Firstly, despite looking like an adorable cuddle monster – this is not a family pet!
The Caucasian Shepherd Dog is a strong willed, loyal, fearless dog. He is a formidable guard dog who is only suitable really to protect property such as large commercial estates, in prisons and by the Military.
This dog will fiercely protect whoever he believes is his family (including children, other dogs and even cats) but will attack everyone else including friend’s of your children who may come to visit and play.
This is not a breed for first time owners. It is for experienced dog owners only who can dedicate a lot of time to train and socialise this majestic breed.
Also known as the Caucasian Mountain Dog, he is a happy dog when he has a job to carry out and when he is used in what he is naturally born to do ie guard and protect.
As a member of his family, and, provided he is well socialized and a lot of care, patience and attention has gone into his training, you can expect unfaltering loyalty, complete peace of mind from any intruders and total devotion from your Caucasian Shepherd Dog.
The Caucasian Shepherd Dog is a bit of an ancient breed. They have been guarding livestock such as sheep in Caucasia (the mountains between The Black Sea and The Caspian Sea) for at least 600 years. During this time, the breed haven’t changed too much. In fact, their teeth are longer than any other breed which hints at their ancient past.
The Caucasian Ovcharka as he is also known are natural protectors who will happy fight and take down any intruders be it human, wolves or even bears. They are a working breed and need to have a job to do to keep busy.
It’s perhaps a sign of the times that they are now becoming more popular domestically to protect property from thieves and in prisons to deter the inmates.
However, the Caucasian Mountain Dog are also one of Russia’s most popular breeds and are frequently shown in the Show Ring there and throughout other parts of the former Soviet Union.
The Caucasian Shepherd Dog is a natural protector. Very little training is required to teach him this. If he feels threatened or feels that his property or family are in danger then he will attack.
He attacks by running at the intruder and knocking them to the floor before attacking them whilst they are down. This mountain dog instinctively knows where the most vulnerable part of his victim’s body is and will aim for there. He also stands on his back legs to reach over six feet in height in order to attack someone’s face.
Puppies begin displaying their natural aggression at 3 weeks old. It is cruicial that you socialise your dog from an extremely early age. He must have a balanced view of humans and realise that just because a person is not a member of his family, it doesn’t make them an enemy.
be careful with this breed.