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четвъртък, 2 април 2009 г.

Developing the Best Dog a part of Russian Tactic



The Moscow Watchdog, which is also called Moskovskaya Storodzhevaya Sobaka in Russian is a Russian breed. It is a rather young breed , that only won recognition as a breed standard in 1985. The breed was deliberately bred by the Soviet Army. Why, you ask? Well, the Russian Army wanted a big, strong dog that would understand orders and be intelligent and recptive as well! Thus, they decided, the best combination would be to cross the Saint Bernard, for its large size, strength and gentle disposition, with the Caucasian Ovcharka (also known as the Caucasian Sheepdog) so that it will be ferocious and watchful. The Moscow watchdog is well developed muscularly and mentally. The breed development started after World War II and yet, more than 60 years later, the breed remains rare outside of Russia and Europe. It was not even known outside of Eastern Europe until after the break up of the Soviet Union! Moscow Watchdogs are tall and big-boned but they are not clumsy. They can move easily and elegantly. A beautiful breed!

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