The Moscow watchdog is a Russian dog. This breed of dog was first noticed in the Soviet Union. This breed of dog is very large weighing in at about 45-68 kgs and standing at 64-69 cms tall. This Moscow breed is a very big boned animal but is still rather graceful. Given their large size these dogs are not at all clumsy in their movements. This dog has a big head with very powerful and muscular legs. They very well developed dogs both physically and mentally. This dog is always seen in a red or white coloured coat. Their coat is of moderate length with lots of fringing. Their coat is quite thick but smooth to touch. They have a generously plumed tail that reaches the floor. These dogs have a wise expression showing great confidence.
The Moscow watchdog is of the mastiff breed of dogs. They are very able animals with strong and fit bodies. This kind of dog is very affectionate and makes a great companion. They are reliable watchdogs and excellent house pets. They make great companions for people of all ages. They are gentle with children and the elderly but can also be playful with the right kind of person. This dog will require a consider amount of training from a very young age. They need firm trainers but no harsh punishments, Once trained they will remain very obedient. These dogs will have a good temperament if brought of well.
The Moscow sheepdog does require a considerable amount of living space. They will not appreciate being in an apartment all day long. They will prefer a backyard to be free in. The Moscow sheepdog is very dependable and can be trained objectively. They make wonderful companions for the visually challenged and can be trained to be the “eyes” of a visually challenged person. The dog will however require a clear demarcation of who the leader is. The dog should be taught to respect and obey their owners. The Moscow sheepdog requires a definite set of house rules to follow. They need to be physically and mentally challenged. This breed of dog requires an ample amount of exercise on a daily basis. They should not be left alone for long hours and should be paid enough attention by their family. This breed is not suited for apartment life and will require a fairly active family. They do not like lazing around the whole day. This type of dog is very loyal and will attack anyone who is a threat to their owner.
The Moscow sheepdog loves playing with his family. They enjoy a good game of fetch and loves just running around. This dog should not be left without a leash and the owner should teach their pet to heal beside them. They are ferocious when they perceive a threat and have a strong protective instinct. They do not require a lot of grooming. A good brushing once a week will keep their coat healthy.