Moscow Watchdog

Moscow Watchdog - More information about this breed

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  • Other names Moskovskaya Storozhevaya Sobaka
  • Country of origin Soviet Union
  • Height Male 25-27 inches (64-69 cm)
  • Height Female 23-25 inches (58-64 cm)
  • Weight Male 130-150 pounds (58-67 kg)
  • Weight Female 100-130 pounds (47-58 kg)
  • Life Span 9 – 11 years
  • Litter Size 5 to 11

 

 

Description

Moscow Watchdog (Russian: московская сторожевая) is a breed of dog that was bred in the Soviet Union. It descends from crosses between the St. Bernard, Caucasian Shepherd, and Russian Spotted Hound breeds. It contains the physical size, attractiveness and intelligence of a St. Bernard and the awareness and assertive traits of a Caucasian Ovtcharka.

They are known to be a large powerful breed with a gentle temperament, therefore If it is raised properly with training with discipline, the Moscow Watchdog could fit into any environment and be the perfect protective family pet. Unlike its modern St Bernard counterparts, the breed needs lots of vigorous exercise. Related to mountain dogs, the Moscow Watchdog is a muscular dog that has a bulky head and powerful legs.

 

Variants

Their coat is thick in a moderate length with the color white and red. Their puffy tail has that length that it could touch the floor. They are an average shedder and with a well arched chest, they generally give an impression of firm and confidence.

 

Temparament

Moscow Watchdog is fine in temperament, but it requires training and the purpose to achieve a leader status for the owner. In nature, dogs have an order in his pack. Therefore when humans live with dogs, it is a good idea for humans to establish themselves as a leader, a higher order than the dogs, so they can make directions and set rules. In this relationship Moscow Watchdog is known to be a gentle giant, assertive and protective to his family when in danger

 

Health Issues

Moscow Watchdog is generally a healthy breed but still has a risk to be prone to hip displasia and other large breeds’ problems. Moscow Watchdogs require a fairly large space to move and is not suitable to live in a small apartment. They need regularly exercise, such as going for a long walk, jog or run freely at a safe area to stay unstressed and healthy. Regular grooming with a bristle brush and Bathe or dry shampoo are also necessary.

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