- Life Span*10-12 Years
- Getting a puppy homeAverage
The history of the Aidi breed can be followed back to North Africa and it presumably began in the Sahara region. The breed was created to work in the Atlas Mountains of Libya, Morocco, and Algeria where it attempted to shield its handlers from hunters. The Aidi is otherwise called the Berber and it has been known as various different names including the Chien de l'Atlas – it was even erroneously named the Atlast Sheepdog when the very first breed standard was distributed in 1963, despite the fact that this breed never filled in as a sheepdog. This slip-up was remedied in 1969. In spite of the fact that initially reproduced as a hunter and defender, all the more as of late the Aidi has gotten known as a house canine and it does especially well as a metropolitan pet when given sufficient exercise.
Pros - Cons
This breed is very easy to groom and does not need a lot of time or energy for the grooming process. Futher they are one of the best possible watchdog breeds. Their tendency to chew, her people or nip ana play-bite is between lower to average. These dogs are super kid friendly and are generally recommended for senior citizens."
This breed is definitely not a very bright one as their intelligence rank is between low to average. Neither are they very trainable. They are also prone to frequent health issues which are higher than other breeds. They do not handle allergies very well and are very prone to them. This dog might not be very suitable for the office environment. This breed might not the best choice for first time dog parents as this breed can be very stubborn at times.