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    Moscow Watchdog |Russia|

    Moscow Watchdog |Russia|

    The Moscow Watchdog was developed after World War II by the Soviet army specifically as a guard dog that could live in frigid sub-zero temperatures. The breeding program was led by General Medvedev at the Central School of Military Kynology and involved the use of three main breeds: St. Bernards, Caucasian Ovcharkas, and Russian Spotted Hounds. In 1986 a number of Moscow Watchdogs were taken to Hungary where they are now bred by a group of dedicated breeders. These dogs are instinctively protective and need to be consistently obedience trained. They also require quite a lot of exercise and regular grooming. However, they also have a sweet, calm nature and can be good family companions.

    Moscow Watchdog |Russia| Moscow Watchdog |Russia|
    From Dogs Unleashed, Copyright by Tamsin Pickeral, licensed through ContentOro, Inc and used by arrangement with Thunder Bay Press

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