Croatian Sheepdog Dog Breed Information | Temperament

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Croatian Sheepdog Dog Breed Information

Petar Horvat, the bishop of Djakovo, wrote in 1374 that Croats had brought a shepherd dog along on the move to their new land. He referred to the dog as Canis Pastoralis Croaticus—the Croatian Shepherd Dog.The bishop of Djakovo, Peter Bakic also wrote about the Croatian Sheepdog in his 1719 manuscript “On the Life of the People and Raising of Stock in Djakovo and it’s Surroundings in 1719”. He quoted the words written by Bishop Petar in 1374 and, providing his own description of the dog, stated that the Croatian Sheepdog had not changed since the record (from 1374 to 1719) and had not changed in appearance from that described by Bishop Petar in 1374.A systematic selection breeding program was started by the “father of the breed” – veterinarian Prof Dr Stjepan Romic in 1935 with dogs in the territory of Djakovo. After 34 years of work, the breed was recognized by the FCI in 1969. The Croatian Sheepdog is an agile, helpful and humble shepherd dog, self-reliant to his owner, brave and trustworthy. He is the true master of his flock, often running through the back of the herd to get to the point of intervention as soon as possible.

Croatian Sheepdog Dog Breed Temperament

Loyal, Active, Alert and Intelligent


Croatian Sheepdog Dog Breed Body Structure

Croatian Sheepdog has 40.64 as well as 50.8. If we talk about weight, then 13.15417873 and 19.95806428.

Now, allmost all Croatian Sheepdog has minimum 13 years and maximum 14.

What is the group of Croatian Sheepdog?
Occasional Bath/Brush

What is the grooming frequency of the Croatian Sheepdog dog?

How frequently should I brush my Croatian Sheepdog dog?

Occasional Bath/Brush

What is the Shedding Value of Croatian Sheepdog?


What is the Shedding Category of Croatian Sheepdog?


What is the Energy Level Value of Croatian Sheepdog?


When does my dog need exercise?

Needs Lots of Activity

How about the training of my dog?

Eager to Please

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