Sickly stray dog defending itself from the attack of big shepherd dog

King Shepherd - A bigger, fluffier, friendlier German Shepherd! Holy moly I want this dog!!!
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I want one......i have a purebred German Shepherd who weighs in at 105 pounds and stands about 36 inches from the floor, and eats up to 50 pounds of dog food in 2 weeks...i'd prefer big dogs, when raised right they will stand by you and will love you forever....
King Shepherd - A bigger, fluffier, friendlier German Shepherd! Holy moly I want this dog!!!
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"This is Lewis, our five-year-old German Shepherd Dog. He is the most faithful and loving dog you could ever wish for. He loves long walks in the hills where we live in Scotland, but when at home is totally undemanding. If in the house he will watch with interest any task being undertaken, if out in the garden he quite happily watches us build our house—while occasionally being distracted by the resident martins and swallows, or bees!! When young, he had nervous aggression problems and we were advised to have him destroyed. Obviously we had no intention of that happening and we persevered with his training. He can now be handled without problem when at the vet, but is also a good guard dog around our garden and home. We are very proud of him for both the progress he has made with his temperament and because he is such a handsome boy. We used various training techniques, but feel we gained such invaluable advice into dog behaviour from Cesar Millan. A big thank you from us both, we have a gorgeous dog and love him to bits." Big Caucasian Shepherd Dog among the top 10 biggest dog breeds. Click the pic for full list.
Photo provided by FlickrEven though this is a big dog, the Anatolian Shepherd is a conservative eater.
Photo provided by Flickrto the German Shepherd Dog, except it is bigger, and bred with better hips.
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Typical of old lines, our dogs are considered oversized for today's standards. They have straight backs and wide heads, as well as big bone and a calmer, family style temperament while still being protective. These dogs excel as: search and rescue dogs, high level obedience, guide dogs for the blind. However, size is secondary to longevity,brains, and athletic ability. I ALSO TEST DOGS FOR DM & CARDIAC so "all" royalair puppies should not exhibit DM in their later years. I think it is fair to say I do more genetic tests then most breeders out there.. With that my main goal is Smart & healthy .ROYALAIR breeds dogs that we feel have superior brain power, you will be amazed at the ability of these shepherds... Bringing back what the shepherd used to be is my passion.Follow The Dog Show online:
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This enormous dog goes by several names including the Caucasian Shepherd Dog.

A big dog can weigh anything up to 90kg (200lbs) with huge paws and equally intimidating set of jaws.

Still favoured amongst dog fighters in Russia this dog is banned in some countries and restricted in others.

Now, Caucasian shepherd dog is a fully standardized breed recognized by the major kennel organizations, including FCI, AKC and UKC.The Kuvasz is one of the smaller big dogs, but only compared to the largest dog breeds. It has origins in the Hungarian royalty, once serving as companions to Europe’s upper echelons. Centuries later, commoners were allowed to own Kuvasz; shepherds found them very well-suited to guarding livestock.The Anatolian Shepherd is a flock guardian with a superior sense of sight and hearing. It is not a herding dog. It is very loyal, alert and capable of great speed and endurance. It is intelligent, alert and easy to train, but is not a dog for beginners. It needs a handler who . Independent, calm, unwavering and brave, but not aggressive, they tend to bark at night and if they are living indoors with you, you need to correct this behavior if it is unwanted. Since the Anatolian Shepherd is a born flock guard it will be very watchful and can become possessive if not kept in its rightful place below the humans. If it sees itself above the family it may act affectionate with them but very suspicious of strangers to a point where it is a problem. This is an issue that is particularly worrisome after the dog reaches adulthood. This is why it is very important that the dog sees the humans as boss. Being a flock guard, it will always have an instinct to protect and this cannot be bred out or raised out of it, however a dog that accepts the humans as its leader will also accept the strangers that the humans formally introduce to them. It will also look to the humans as the ones who make the decisions. You do not want a dog of this size and strength living in your home making all of the calls. The Anatolian Shepherd will still be possessive with the home and property, not allowing anyone in if the owner is not home, unless it has had frequent contact with the person. Friends of the family will be welcomed. This proud dog is demanding of itself, and can be stubborn and dominant if it sees itself as a leader of the home. When training the Anatolian Shepherd, the best results are achieved by motivational training methods with a determined, firm, confident, consistent and loving approach. This is not a dog for the passive owner or an owner who . It is very important to begin training as early as possible, because a fully grown dog may be too strong and too big to be corrected by the average person. Owners who do not display natural, very strong, but even tempered, authority over the dog will find the dog to have his own ideas and will obey known commands if it does not wish to do so. Sensitive to reprimands and eager to receive affection, this breed is patient and protective with children of the family, but may accidentally knock them down. Children should always be supervised and properly introduced. Confident, the Anatolian Shepherd does not require any additional protection training. It already has very strong protection instincts which will get stronger as the dog matures. These instincts will peak at around one and a half years of age. They will generally get along with other animals provided they have been introduced to them when they are still young. They can be rather dominant towards other dogs and it is important to them while they are still young. These dogs mature slowly, reaching full adulthood at about four years old.