12–14 years old
Herding and cattle dogs other than Swiss cattle dogs
The Romanian Carpathian Shepherd Dog, like many representatives of this group, is an ancient breed. However, its exact age cannot be determined today. The ancestors of these dogs come from the Carpathian-Danube region.
The first breed standard was developed in the 1930s at the National Zootechnical Institute of Romania. The International Cynological Federation recognized it relatively recently in 2015.
Romanian Carpathian Shepherd service breed. And she has a personality. This is one owner’s dog. The pet is so devoted to the “leader” that in moments of danger he is able to sacrifice himself for him. He treats other family members with respect and love. Although these feelings can not be compared with the adoration of the owner.
The Romanian Carpathian Shepherd does not tolerate strangers and treats them quite aggressively, which makes it an excellent watchdog. If you are considering getting a guard dog, consider this breed. But, of course, like all representatives of the service group, she needs training.
An amateur is unlikely to be able to raise such a pet on his own a professional approach is required here. With a shepherd dog, it is recommended to go through not just a general training course, but also a protective guard service course.
The Romanian Carpathian Shepherd Dog is a calm and balanced breed. In order for her representative to really be such, it is necessary to socialize the puppy in time.
Shepherd is loyal to children, but the child must know the rules of behavior with pets. It is undesirable to leave babies alone with large dogs, the games should be under the control of adults.
The Romanian Carpathian Shepherd is indifferent to relatives and other animals in the house. How a dog will react to “neighbors” largely depends on their upbringing.
The Romanian Carpathian Shepherd Dog has a long coat that needs to be groomed. Brush the dog weekly with a stiff brush or large dog furminator. And during the molting period in autumn and spring, the procedure is carried out twice a week.
Conditions of detention
The Romanian Carpathian Shepherd Dog can become a city dweller, subject to regular walks and enough space in the apartment. But still, most of these dogs are brought up in a private home. Such pets can live in their own enclosure.
Most large dogs need special care as they grow up. The Romanian Carpathian Shepherd is no exception. The thing is that during the period of growing up the joints do not always have time to form, so that the puppy is subject to diseases of the musculoskeletal system. Therefore, cynologists recommend monitoring the activity of pets of this breed for up to a year: for example, do not let them run for a long time, as well as lift and lower them down the stairs in their arms.