Polish Tatra Sheepdog

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The breed was first introduced during the 14th century to Tatra Mountain region of southern Poland by Wallachian shepherds that used the dogs for herding and guarding sheep. The big, always white Polish Tatra Sheepdog weighs 100 to 150 pounds and stands 23 to 34 inches tall. The breed is a very good watch and guard dog, being very wary of strangers, but still loving and affectionate to family members when properly taught. The Polish Tatra Sheepdog is good with other pets and children, but does not tolerate abuse from the child and if pushed to their limit, the dog is known to bite.


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