Also known as ‘bob’ or ‘bobtail’ due to the fact that owners would often dock their tails to show evidence that they were working dogs. They are born with tails, but breeders would tend to dock them after they reached a few days old. English Sheep Dogs were recognized as part of the herding group with the AKC in 1888, they also went on to become a popular great show dog and loved pet.
Dog Breed Information
The category Dog Breed Information is a collection of dog breed information sheets and articles. These information sheets are detailing the breeds that are recognized in at least one country by a registered dog club. The articles are stringently edited and only the most scholarly trusted sources are accessed for information. This way you know you are getting the most up-to-date resource for each recognized dog breed.
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Saarloos Wolfdog is the perfect example of a dog breed like a wolf. It was originally a mix of German Shepherd and European Grey Wolf. The breed was first created by Mr. Leenert Saarloos (1884-1969) who was an avid fan of the German Shepherd.
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