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The Croatian Sheepdog is a native Croatian breed and is descended from dogs which the Croats brought with them from their original native land into the region they occupy today, and which has been continually bred in Croatia, mostly in the fertile plains of Slavonia, since their arrival.
The Croatian Sheepdog is an alert, agile, keen and intelligent dog with enormous energy and with a strong need for human companionship. It is healthy, resistant to disease and not expensive to keep. It possesses a well developed herding instinct and is an excellent watchdog.
Croatian Sheepdog Appearance:
This breed is of lower medium height and its base colour is always black. The short hairs on its somewhat fox-like head and legs are a characteristic of the breed. The remainder of the coat is longer, wavy or curly. Height at the withers in both sexes is between 16 to 21 inches and length exceeds the height by approximately 10%. Nowadays, some dogs are even taller, which is probably due to better nutrition and an easier life – they grow to their full genetic potential.
Traditionally, the tail is docked very short, but if undocked it is more or less curled over the dog’s back.
Handsome Croatian Sheepdog male:
The origins of the Croatian Sheepdog comes from Croatia. This pretty dog is a weatherproof, adaptable breed. Their measures of the body basicly is medium or low, and the color of the coat is always black. Sometimes there may be very small patches of white on its chest and/or toes.
Two months old Croatian Sheepdog puppy:
A characteristic is the short hairs on its somewhat fox-like head and legs. The remainder of the coat is longer and wavy or curly. The height at the withers in both sexes is between 16 to 21 inches and the length exceeds the height by approximately 10%.
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Croatian Sheepdogs adults in variety of colors.In the present some examples of the breed Croatioan Sheepdog, are even taller than in past – that is probably due to better nutrition and an easier life – they grow to their full genetic potential. Traditionally the tail is docked very short but, if undocked, it is carried curled over the dog’s back.
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A modest breed, the Croatian Sheepdog was derived from the dogs that the Croatians brought with them in the 7th century to the area that they occupy today. This breed possesses excellent hereditary instinct for working sheep and cattle. When driving cattle, this little dog throws itself with great bravery at the most ferocious bull and forces it to obey.The Croatian Shepherd dogs puppies for sale is also known as the Croatian Sheepdog or the Hravatski Ovcar. They are small dogs for a shepherd, which are agile and quick. The Croatian has a reputation as a dependable helper to farmers, with his well-developed herding instincts and strong work ethic.
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These puppies for sale have remained virtually the same since the 14th century. Information dated 1374 was found in the archives of the diocese of Djakovo which extensively described the breed. Described as 45 centimetres tall with a long wavy coat, pricked ears and an excellent herder of sheep and cattle, the description could have been written today. The Croats brought these dogs during the Great Migrations. In all ancient documents, dated 1719, 1737, 1742 and 1752 the dogs are called the Canis Pastoralis Croaticus. Through all this time this excellent dog has been continuously bred in Slavonia.The dogs were recognized by FCI after 34 years of dedicated work by Prof. Romic who started a systematic selective breeding program from the dogs found in the Djakovo territory. Thanks to this work, the dogs now have a stable population and are well appreciated in their country of origin.
The Croatian Sheepdog has a natural herding ability and a strong work ethic. Known to obey only one master, the Croatian puppies for sale are an intelligent, loyal dog; the attachment of the dog to his master is so strong that often the dog anticipates the master’s commands. The Croatian puppies for sale understand what is needed to handle a herd and will act independently, but once work is done wants nothing more than to be at his master’s side. In other words, the puppies for sale want and need a lot of attention and would prefer to be at your side, if they have no work to do.Training these puppies for sale is easy, as they want to please and are highly intelligent. They have some traits that need work, they are barkers and wary of strangers. This means they might act out of fear and you must socialize the puppies for sale early to prevent this. The Croatian has been known to be timid and destructive which must also be addressed by the dog is young. If training is started early and you focus on these behaviours there should be no problem as stated, easy to train because of their intelligence, responsiveness and desire to please. Puppies of 3 to 4 months which are allow to shadow an older dog can be skilled herders by the age of 6 months.
The Croatian Shepherd puppies for sale have a waterproof coat and can live outdoorswith the flock. The puppies for sale are adaptable and could also live in an apartment as long as their exercise needs are met. They are used to working all day, so an apartment dweller would require a long walk daily or a good romp in the park with the kids.