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Nam więc raczej szpieg żalący się wszystko to podane bier larger. A nothing--life-is-free program, requiring puppies to work for everything they get by performing a command before receiving meals, toys, treats or play, works well with this breed. It's always a good idea to take Anatolian Shepherd to puppy kindergarten followed by basic obedience class, especially if you are working with a trainer who understands the Anatolian Shepherd mindset. Early, frequent socialization is essential to prevent Anatolian Shepherd from becoming overly suspicious or fearful of anything new or different. Purchase Anatolian Shepherd puppy from a breeder who raises the pups the home and ensures that they are exposed to different household sights and sounds, as well as people, before they go off to their new homes. Continue socializing your Anatolian Shepherd throughout his life by taking him to puppy kindergarten class, visits to friends and neighbors, and outings to local shops and businesses. This is the only way he can learn to be discriminating, recognizing what is normal and what is truly a threat. The Anatolian Shepherd needs daily exercise the form of a walk or the opportunity to run a safe, traffic-free area. A dog park is not a good choice, though, since he be aggressive toward dogs he doesn't know. He is best suited to a home with a large yard surrounded by a solid fence that is at least five or six feet high. This is a territorial breed, and he must learn his boundaries. Do not rely on underground electronic fence to keep him contained. The shock it provides is nothing to this tough dog, and he won't let it deter him from leaving the yard. Like any dog, Anatolian Shepherd puppies are inveterate chewers and because of their size can do a whole lot of damage. 't give them the run of the house until they've reached trustworthy maturity. And keep your Anatolian Shepherd puppy busy with training, play and socialization experiences. A bored Anatolian Shepherd is a destructive Anatolian Shepherd. The Anatolian Shepherd can live outdoors, but he should spend plenty of time with his family. Chaining Anatolian Shepherd out the yard and giving him little or no attention is not only cruel, it can also lead to aggression and destructive behavior. The Anatolian Shepherd has a fawn-colored double coat that sheds. Brush him at least once a week to remove dead hair and keep the skin and coat healthy. Clean the ears and trim the nails as needed, and bathe the Anatolian on the rare occasions that he's dirty. his homeland of Turkey, the Anatolian is known as the Coban Kopegi or shepherd dog. Protecting property and livestock from animal and human predators is what the Anatolian Shepherd Dog does best. The breed originated the rugged terrain of Anatolia, a region of Turkey, where it is believed to have existed for thousands of years, protecting flocks of sheep from wolves and other predators. The dogs typically slept the village during the day and guarded flocks by night. The Anatolian still works this capacity today, being seen more often as a working dog than the show ring. The Anatolian's prowess at defending his charges has taken him to the African nation of Namibia where he helps to protect endangered cheetahs-by preventing them from killing sheep or other livestock. Dr. Laurie Marker, co-founder and executive director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund, discovered that placing Anatolians with Namibian farmers was highly effective reducing livestock losses to the big cats and instituted a breeding and placement program for the dogs. With Anatolians on the job, cheetahs leave the sheep alone and farmers are less inclined to shoot them. Anatolians first came to the United States the 1930s, presented to the U. S. Department of Agriculture by the Turkish government. Archaeologist imported some Anatolians the 1950s, but the first recorded American-bred litter wasn't born until 1970, from a pair of dogs imported by then-Navy Lieutenant Robert C. Ballard, who had been stationed Turkey. The breed was recognized by the American Kennel Club 1999 as a member of