About Afghan Shepherd
- Life Span*12 Years
- Getting a puppy homeExpensive
The Kuchis, accepted to be a crude breed, have been raised by the Afghan Nomads for a very long time. As canines with exceptional capacity to adjust to their local climate, the Sage Kuchi could go with the travelers without food and asylum, as well as safeguard their domesticated animals on various terrains like mountain ranges, level fields, or in deserts. These intrepid canines were sufficiently vigorous to challenge hunters like mountain lions, wolves, and bears.
Pros - Cons
Afghan shepherds make for fantastic watchdogs as they have an abundance of guard dog abilities and skills, The breed is a very affectionate one and is very loyal to their family members. They are very intelligent and can easily adapt to varied climates. They blessed with excellent health,
This breed is a rather agressive one and can be dangerous to strangers. In order to learn to be around other humans and animals, they require a lot of sozialisation. Because this breed is an independent breed and decisive and in nature, it usually very difficult to train them. They also require excessive amount of physical excercise. This breed is not suitable for an apartment life as they require a lot od space. This breed is rather difficult to obtain.