Dog breed |breed of dog |dogs breed | Eurasian (Eurasier) – Dog Breed

Dog breed |breed of dog |dogs breed | Eurasian (Eurasier) – Dog Breed
Dog breed |breed of dog |dogs breed | Eurasian (Eurasier) – Dog Breed
Dog breed |breed of dog |dogs breed | Eurasian (Eurasier) – Dog Breed
Dog breed |breed of dog |dogs breed | The Eurasier is the result of the deliberate breeding program, which was initiated by an avid dog fancier Julius Wipfel in the end of the 60s of the XX. His breeding efforts were amied on creating an average-sized, Spitz-type dog, cute, docile and adaptable to all sorts of domestic life. Wipfel considered that the cross of the German Wolfspitz with the Chow Chow would become a nearly perfect implementation of his aspiration. He was fascinated by the spectacular look of the German Wolfspitz as well as by its weather-proof coat, excellent health, tenacity, quick-wittedness and incredible loyalty to its family. The Chow Chow was also notable for a number of traits, which strongly appealed to Wipfel. These features comprised of primal wolf-like demeanour, unparalleled fidelity to its family, equable disposition and an inclination to bark very little. Since his breed was mainly a mixture of above-mentioned breeds he determined to name it the Wolf-Chow.

By the 1966 Julius Wipfel had already created the first official standard of the Wolf-Chow in Germany. The next decade was marked with considerable amount of interest in the Wipfel’s work. His dogs acquired lots of fanciers among dog’s lovers and several breeders became actively engaged in the breeding process. In the meantime due to the limited number of dogs who participated in the program the Wolf-Chow began to experience heavy inbreeding. This became apparent in some health and temperament problems, which were highly undesirable for such kind of dogs. Therefore Wipfel resolved to infuse fresh blood into the Wolf-Chow. The Samoyed was chosen for this role for its average size, pleasant look and affable nature. This decision proved to be really favourable for the breed and led to major improvements in its exterior, health and character.

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Published: 2017-07-09 06:58:46
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Eurasian (Eurasier) – Dog Breed

The Eurasier is the result of the deliberate breeding program, which was initiated by an avid dog fancier Julius Wipfel in the end of the 60s of the XX. His breeding efforts were amied on creating an average-sized, Spitz-type dog, cute, docile and adaptable to all sorts of domestic life. Wipfel considered that the cross of the German Wolfspitz with the Chow Chow would become a nearly perfect implementation of his aspiration. He was fascinated by the spectacular look of the German Wolfspitz as well as by its weather-proof coat, excellent health, tenacity, quick-wittedness and incredible loyalty to its family. The Chow Chow was also notable for a number of traits, which strongly appealed to Wipfel. These features comprised of primal wolf-like demeanour, unparalleled fidelity to its family, equable disposition and an inclination to bark very little. Since his breed was mainly a mixture of above-mentioned breeds he determined to name it the Wolf-Chow.

By the 1966 Julius Wipfel had already created the first official standard of the Wolf-Chow in Germany. The next decade was marked with considerable amount of interest in the Wipfel’s work. His dogs acquired lots of fanciers among dog’s lovers and several breeders became actively engaged in the breeding process. In the meantime due to the limited number of dogs who participated in the program the Wolf-Chow began to experience heavy inbreeding. This became apparent in some health and temperament problems, which were highly undesirable for such kind of dogs. Therefore Wipfel resolved to infuse fresh blood into the Wolf-Chow. The Samoyed was chosen for this role for its average size, pleasant look and affable nature. This decision proved to be really favourable for the breed and led to major improvements in its exterior, health and character.

Channel: PetsLand
Published: 2016-07-02 06:36:49
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Central Asian Shepherd (Alabai) – Dog Breed

Written sources testify that the Central Asian Shepherd Dog came to existence in the region between the Caspian Sea, Turkey, Ural, and the north-western Chinese frontier. This dog was an essential part of the everyday life of local nomadic tribes for over 4 000 years. It’s commonly thought that the primary predecessor of this breed is an ancient Tibetan Mastiff. It also may have escorted the Mongols during their invasion to central and Eastern Europe.

The Central Asian Shepherd Dog was actively bred for working purposes in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tadzhikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, and other countries in the region. The vast majority of these dogs were used exclusively as livestock and personal guardians while some others were acquired for participation in dog fights. Nonetheless this type of dog fights was much less sanguinary than notorious pit bull fights. More often than not dogs would assess each other before real actions and the weaker rival would simply retreat. As the matter of fact serious injuries were fairly uncommon in such type of entertainment.

Channel: PetsLand
Published: 2016-07-01 02:47:09
Duration: 6M36S
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