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Bukovina Sheepdog

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Bukovina Sheepdog

Overview

The other names of Bukovina Sheepdogs are Ciobanesc Romanesc de Bucovina, Caine Ciobanesc de Bucovina and Bucovina Shepherd. It is oldest dog breed that has been worked as flock guarding for Romanian Shepherds for many centuries. The breed’s even temperament and tender personality has made it an acceptable dog as a family pet. It is greatly appreciated for its fearless nature and working talents. It is too bold and brave to combat dangerous predators like wolves and bears. Not only a great watchdog the Bukovina Sheepdogs are also patient, balance temperament and good with children. These dogs are mellow and calm with a great loyal behavior. It is not trustful for strangers and can bark if it senses any intruder or strange activity. It needs a lot of space to run around and can do well with a large yard. These dogs love to play and just allow them outside. The breed is required a daily long walk to be happy and satisfied. The dog is independent and stubborn so it will require immediate dominance, respect and trust to be trained successfully. However, it may tend to be boisterous or stubborn when training is repeated. These dogs need a patient, confident and experienced trainer with a serious and stern approach to repetitive tasks. The breed has not known health issues yet and it must be groomed and brush daily. The height of male Bukovina Sheepdog is 27 - 30 inches and for females height is 25 - 28 inches and weight is for large dogs is 55 to 90 pounds and for extra large is 90 to 120 pounds. The Life expectancy of Bukovina Sheepdog is 10 to 15 years.

Bukovina Sheepdog History

The Bukovina sheepdog is native to the Carpathia region in northeastern Romania and is maybe a descendant of assorted forms of Mastiffs. It’s conjointly called the Bukovina shepherd dog, Dulau (Shepherd's Dog), and Romanian shepherd dog. The dog was 1st seen within the eighteenth century and was bred to protect sheep and generally cattle. Today, Bukovina Sheepdogs are seen nearly entirely in Romania.

Bukovina Sheepdog Life Expectancy

The Life expectancy of Bukovina Sheepdog is 10 to 15 years.

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Bukovina Sheepdog Appearance

It strikes a vigorous appearance, a large and agile but not heavy with square built. Wolf like head of the breed is large. Muzzle is strong and nose is black and wide. Well-pigmented lips are dense. Eyes are almond like coloring dark brown and rather oblique. High set ears are V shaped with round tips, drooping and so close to the cheeks. Fairly long neck is strong with muscles. With a well supported back the body of the dog is larger and muscular. Bushy tail is high set. When it is in relaxed mood it may be carried low but carried up when the dog is going to pay attention or in action. It possesses double coat, straight outer coat is dense and harsh on the other inner coat is dense but soft. The background of the coat may be white with well-defined or colored sand-charcoal, brindled or black patches. Black Little spots can be legs. Completely black or white dog may be accepted but in show ring it is never be preferred by breeders. .

Bukovina Sheepdog Weight and Height

The height of male Bukovina Sheepdog is 27 - 30 inches and for females height is 25 - 28 inches and weight is for large dogs is 55 to 90 pounds and for extra large is 90 to 120 pounds.

Bukovina Sheepdog Temperament

Bukovina Sheepdogs were bred to guard the sheep flocks and cattle herds. It is known as a tremendous watchdog. The breed’s even temperament and tender personality has made it an acceptable dog as a family pet. It is greatly appreciated for its fearless nature and working talents. It is too bold and brave to combat dangerous predators like wolves and bears. Not only a great watchdog the Bukovina Sheepdogs are also patient, balance temperament and good with children. These dogs are mellow and calm with a great loyal behavior. It is not trustful for strangers and can bark if it senses any intruder or strange activity. It barks very vigorously if strangers or animals enter to its territory it warns of them by a powerful bark with a low tonality which may be heard from long distances. During night times it may take rounds time to time around its property or herds.

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Bukovina Sheepdog with children and other pets

If it raised together with other pets and children it may be good with children and other pets but it is also known as dog aggressive.

Bukovina Sheepdog Care and Grooming

It must be groomed and brush daily.

Bukovina Sheepdog Health Issues

The breed has not known health issues yet.

Bukovina Sheepdog Training

The dog is independent and stubborn so it will require immediate dominance, respect and trust to be trained successfully. However, it may tend to be boisterous or stubborn when training is repeated. These dogs need a patient, confident and experienced trainer with a serious and stern approach to repetitive tasks.

Bukovina Sheepdog Exercise

It needs a lot of space to run around and can do well with a large yard. These dogs love to play and just allow them outside. The breed is required a daily long walk to be happy and satisfied.

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Bukovina Sheepdog Recognition

This breed is recognized by ACR, APRI, CKC, DRA, FCI and NKC.

Bukovina Sheepdog Other Names

Ciobanesc Romanesc de Bucovina, Ciobanesc de Bucovina, Romanian Bukovina Sheepdog, Bukovina Wolfdog, Bukovinac, Bucovina Sheepdog

Bukovina Sheepdog Group

Flock Guard.

Bukovina Sheepdog Litter Size

Normally litter size is 4 to 10 puppies.

Bukovina Sheepdog Good Names

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