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The origin of the Bisben is unknown but it is theorized that the breed is a result of cross breeding between Himalayan wolves and sheepdogs during the 18th century. Today, the breed is quite rare out of India where it is used mostly for herding and guarding cattle. The large, mastiff looking breed stands at an average of 26 inches with a large body resistant to match. The Bisben is good with children and other pets when orientated with them from the beginning but they are very hard to train and housebreak.


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