Central Asian Ovtcharka — Learning How to Train Your Central Asian Ovtcharka

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The Central is a dog breed being considered by the AKC for inclusion as a registered breed. The following article describes the breed.

Otherwise known as Mid Asian Shepherd, Central Asian Shepherd Dog, Alabai, and , the Central Asian has different appearances that are dependent on the specific area the dog has been bred in. This breed is generally a large and muscular Mastiff-type dog with a well-proportioned exterior and commanding stature. The typical male weighs 121-176 pounds, stands between 27-32 inches, while the female weighs 88-143 and stands 24-27 inches.

Coat

With two distinct varieties, the coat of the Central Asian has the long, two-layered coat with relatively dense and thick all year. Hair might be a little wavy, and thick around the ruff. The second variety is still double coat, less dense, and shorter. Any color may appear in this breed, such as pintos brindles, particolors, and solid colors.

Activity

Needing a large securely fenced area where they can exercise and roam off-, the Central Asian tend to get bored if they are not given the adequate space they need. This breed is territorial, and needs to be kept in a secured yard as they tend to widen their territory as far as they could.

Temperament

The Central Asian is independent, placid, protective, and fearless. They tend to be willful with protective instinct for property and family. They generally get along well with family members, but are highly cautious of strangers and should always be supervised when around unfamiliar people.

Overview

The Central Asian is considered as the oldest among the early Molosser group of . This breed originated in the USSR, used primarily as guardian of livestock against predators such as bears and wolves.

Care

The coat of this breed needs little attention and maintenance.

They should be brushed with firm bristle brush to remove dead hair, with extra care when they are shedding. The Central Asian is very prone to elbow and hip problems because of their large stature.

Training

The should have extensive and intensive socialization as early as possible provided that they are not used as flock guardian. They are dominant dogs, and needs a well-versed trainer. Lines should be defined clearly, with set rules. Since dogs communicate with displeasure through growling and eventually biting, humans should be higher in the order than the dog.

Best trained with consistent methods, this breed needs a firm yet gentle technique with early socialization and obedience classes. It is important to create a routine that will help prevent housetraining accidents that may happen when this breed is brought home. Making a schedule consisting of your trips outside during the day is important to make comfortable around their surroundings and people amongst them. It is important for this protective breed to with commands for public places. Walking them in public is one of the best ways to make your dog feel at ease around people.

Character

This massive, intimidating breed is powerful, muscular, and bold. Well-balanced, sturdy, athletic, and fearless, they are independent, and stand their ground to protect their family and property.

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Comments

    • chrisnotbad
    • April 11, 2013

    I like how the they say in the beginning ” We do not train the animals “, and then they proceed to showing pictures, and video of them training the dog.

    • SnowBroProductions
    • April 11, 2013

    I think they met its a natural guard dog, which is true,

    • californical
    • April 11, 2013

    well. stupid.

    • mebooradley
    • April 11, 2013

    I like how the dog after some time begins to fade towards the handler in an effort to draw the agitator in.

    • mrindianascott
    • April 11, 2013

    you suck.. If you don’t know how to do protection training don’t do it… you will ruin the dog… if it is a natural gaurd dog don’t train it to attack ..

    • MrAsiatdog
    • April 11, 2013

    clowns

    • Самир Караев
    • April 11, 2013

    туркмен

    • Zain Ali
    • April 11, 2013

    this dog is not an Alabai its an afghan Koochee !

    • SAMAR1110
    • April 11, 2013

    its the same thing…. afghan koochi=alabai

    • Zain Ali
    • April 11, 2013

    afghan Koochis and alabais are different dogs. Alabais have a heavier head and bone structure with a heavier dewlap. Kooscis have a longer thinner muzzle and leaner more athletic bodies. Both the dogs fall under the asian mastiff catagory but the areas of their origin have changed the physical attributes of the breeds. Watch Alabai and Koochi pups you will know what I mean.

    • SAMAR1110
    • April 11, 2013

    okay friend if you are an expert of this breed kindly help me. i need to buy a afghan koochi or kangal or alabai. i live in karachi, pakistan. tell me how can i tell if a puppy is good breed? tell me some important classifications. i want a breed that would be exceptional guard dog, fierce, aggressive, and brave. he should also be tall and strong. which breed puppy should i buy?

    • Zain Ali
    • April 11, 2013

    Good Alabais are not available in Pakistan. Alabais are more comfortable in colder regions they are very good guard dogs. A kangal again not available in Pakistan , the Anatolian Kangal is specifically a sheep dog, if you want a fierce and large Kangal you will have to go for a Fighting kangal which again is impossible to find in pakistan. If your wan t a fierce guard dog you will have to import an Afghan Kooci from Afghanistan.

    • Zain Ali
    • April 11, 2013

    The Afghan Koochi is again of 3 types : the bigger and heavier mountain type called Djence Shairi (lion type), the tall and lean steppe type called Djence Palangi ( tiger type) and the shorter stalkier Desert type.In these 3 the Steppe type Afghan koochi ( Dgence Plangi) is the best suited for your needs. Its an excellent Guard dog, its brave and fierce and can live in climatic conditions in Pakistan easily.

    • Zain Ali
    • April 11, 2013

    one piece of advice if you are in Karachi dont go for a dog with a heavy coat because the humid conditions in Karachi will adversely effect the coat of the dog making it look shabby all the time.

    • Zain Ali
    • April 11, 2013

    I am not an expert on this breed but i did some research before I imported my pup from Afghanistan. I hope my research will help you get the dog best suited for you:)

    • SAMAR1110
    • April 10, 2013

    thanks alot. shukria! it was very helpful..

    • Zain Ali
    • April 10, 2013

    no problem brother 🙂

    • TheJacobBinn
    • April 10, 2013

    lol…always attacking the black people…smh

    • phadrianw
    • April 10, 2013

    Can anyone tell me are these dogs bigger/thicker/more substantial than a fila brasileiro or presa canario? I prefer breeds who have low tolerance for strangers.I am not too concerned with height. I like wide, thickset breeds! Anyone know from personal experience if the CAS fit this description and are they REALLY aggressive with stranger? Thanks…

    • Maddie O'Hara
    • April 10, 2013

    omg. i love the CAS’s type of tail, its so chubby <3

    • Maddie O'Hara
    • April 10, 2013

    i bet you are white. 

    • muffdvr000
    • April 10, 2013

    no one here has a problem with that man snapping the towel at the dog???? just one good flick of the wrist and a bad shot and the dog will lose an eye.. i f you ever had a towel snapped at you you will know that you will leave a serious welt an the skin and if you ever hit an eye!!! well you can puncture it real easy… there are other ways of flicking a towel so as not to endanger the dog.. smarten up!! by the way, good looking dog.. I hope he bits your ass!!!!!!

    • Pierino Pergoli
    • April 10, 2013

    cojoni
    

    • Boobie McGee
    • April 10, 2013

    Looks like they are training it to.

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