Caucasian Shepard dog

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Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby Leprechaun gold » Mon Jan 14, 2019

Anyone have any experience with this breed of dog?.
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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby shinnosuke » Mon Jan 14, 2019



That ain't a dog. It's a bear!

First time for me to learn about the breed and now I want one.

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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby bigjohn » Mon Jan 14, 2019

Growing up, I’ve had friends that had these. We had German shepherds and I had a lot of exposure to Caucasian shepherds at dog shows, etc. They are guard dogs and are very protective. They aren’t for everyone and can be aggressive if not raised and taught properly. They like staying busy and having a “job”. In a lot of ways, they are similar to German shepherds as far as personality traits go. Loyal dogs but need a lot of time and training
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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby Bucketeer » Mon Jan 14, 2019

shinnosuke wrote:That ain't a dog. It's a bear!


A nice animal. I keep thinking about how many bags of Old Roy it consumes weekly, and the daily task of poop-patrol.
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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby Brick's » Mon Jan 14, 2019

Interesting dog breed. A little to big for me. Perhaps, if I lived in Alaska I'd want one. Otherwise, I like these guys though I've never had one: http://www.vetstreet.com/dogs/rhodesian-ridgeback
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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby Leprechaun gold » Mon Jan 14, 2019

Thanks for reply and video lads . I have a 6 month old bitch , have had her from a puppy. She is as big as a German shepherd and built like a bulldog . Having great trouble holding her on lead or harness, when her attention goes to cars , cats ,ect . But otherwise well behaved and trained . Don't know what I will do when fully grown 18/24 months
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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby fmsfms2003 » Mon Jan 14, 2019

Have you tried Easy Lead harness. It clips in front. Our 120 lb daugher has 150 lb Great Dane. It changed her life. And no I have no affiliation wiith the makers. Just have used it when we babysit the beast.

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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

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fmsfms2003 wrote:Have you tried Easy Lead harness. It clips in front. Our 120 lb daugher has 150 lb Great Dane. It changed her life. And no I have no affiliation wiith the makers. Just have used it when we babysit the beast.

Thanks for the tip , will order one :thumbup:
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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby agnostic » Mon Jan 14, 2019

Leprechaun gold wrote:
fmsfms2003 wrote:Have you tried Easy Lead harness. It clips in front. Our 120 lb daugher has 150 lb Great Dane. It changed her life. And no I have no affiliation wiith the makers. Just have used it when we babysit the beast.

Thanks for the tip , will order one :thumbup:

Any possibility of walking the dog off leash? When they get a chance to get their own sniffs
they are a lot more well behaved on a leash.

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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

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shinnosuke wrote:

That ain't a dog. It's a bear!

First time for me to learn about the breed and now I want one.


Look at the tongue on that lovable little fuzzball. It could lick that chicks face, ear to ear and chin to forehead in one slurp.
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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby DRP270 » Mon Jan 14, 2019

Rik Bitter wrote:Look at the tongue on that lovable little fuzzball. It could lick that chicks face, ear to ear and chin to forehead in one slurp.


I would like to try that :oops: :lol:
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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby ziff2x » Mon Jan 14, 2019

I have one, I accepted from a coworker that could not keep it. I got him when he was almost 2 years old he is 5 now. Summers are tough for him here in Florida. He loves the winter he can fall asleep outside with temp in the 30s and sleep there all night. He went to obedience school before I got him but still doesnt obey me like my other dogs, we have learned to work things out. He is generally friendly, but cautious. He has spent alot of time around my small granddaughters and my cats and even my chickens and ducks without incident. He loves belly rubs. He was intact when we got him and have never neutered him. He only eats 4 cups a day. We have a 2 acre fenced property so he has plenty of room.

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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby bigjohn » Mon Jan 14, 2019

DRP270 wrote:
Rik Bitter wrote:Look at the tongue on that lovable little fuzzball. It could lick that chicks face, ear to ear and chin to forehead in one slurp.


I would like to try that :oops: :lol:

We still talking about the dog? :shifty:
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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby Purple and Gold » Tue Jan 15, 2019

That monster would swallow my Chihuahua whole!
I have always wanted a Dogo. The bravest dog ever. They have killed mountain lions while protecting the dogs family.
You have to be a pretty badazz dog to chase down and attack wild boars for fun :shock:

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Re: Caucasian Shepard dog

Postby Leprechaun gold » Thu Jan 17, 2019

fmsfms2003 wrote:Have you tried Easy Lead harness. It clips in front. Our 120 lb daugher has 150 lb Great Dane. It changed her life. And no I have no affiliation wiith the makers. Just have used it when we babysit the beast.


Thanks very much for the tip , bought one and it works great . Thank you to everyone for input , great site we have here :thumbup:
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