Akbash

origin-iconOrigin:  Turkey

group-iconDog Breed Group: Watch Dog

life-iconLife Span: 10-11 years

weight-iconWeight: 21-27 kgs

height-iconHeight: 27-32 Inches

Origin of Name:   The Akbash is a rare, purebred dog from the country of Turkey.

Akbash Dog Breed
SizeTemperamentSheddingDroolingMonthly keeping cost
Large Zero
High
Negligible
Hair Everywhere
Zero
Excess
Premium*Standard*
3500 1500

About Akbash

  • Life Span*10-11 years
  • Getting a puppy homeAverage
  • Popularity
    Star Super star
  • Availability
    Rare Easy to get
Introduction

The Akbash is an uncommon, purebred canine that belongs to the nation of Turkey. These pooches pass by a few different names, including Coban Kopegi, Akbaş Çoban Köpeği, and Askbash Dog. These astonishing puppies are very protective of their families and have solid guarding senses. They're huge canines and more qualified for bigger homes with yards or near open territories where they can meander around. They're very independent yet love to be around their human family. Akbashes are incredible with youngsters however need early socialization on the off chance that they'll live with different canines or pets in the home. On the off chance that you need a defensive and faithful canine who will cherish you genuinely, at that point the Akbash might be appropriate for you!

History

Akbash is quite literally an ancient breed. There history can be followed back to the primary civilizations around the Fertile Crescent; a district in Western Asia that presently covers regions of Turkey, Iran, and Iraq. First and foremost they utilized the canines as defenders of homestands and as hunters yet later when close to the rural creation the occupants of the domain began to tame creatures and make domesticated animals groups also, the canines were developed to satisfy animals guarding and shedding obligations. This canine; the Turkish Akbash was among the most punctual varieties to have been developed. In a similar period other white guarding canines were created around the Mediterranean Basin too, like the Great Pyrenees of France and Spain, the Kuvasz of Hungary, and the Maremma canines found in Italy's Maremma Mountains, however the Turkish one was interesting. The Akbash is an exceptional blend of Sighthound and Mollosser (Mastiff) qualities. Its figure and force came from the Mastiff and the Sighthound gave it the long legs, speed, and agility.

General Appearance

The Akbash canine is an enormous, incredible canine.These canines are generally white with maybe a dash of "biscuit" shading, particularly on the head. These Domesticated animals guarding canines have been chosen for their white tone to coordinate the herd so they are not confused by the shepherds as hunters, the greater part of which are dark.

Pros - Cons
Pros
They are one the best watchdog breeds and can handle alone time pretty well. This breed is kid-friendly. They are popularly recommended for elderly people. They are also a favourable option for first time owners as they have an easy going personality.
Cons
The intelligence of this dog breed is not the brightest. They are prone to certain health issues. This breed is not apartment friendly neither is is the best for office enviornment.
Breeding

The intelligence of this dog breed is not the brightest. They are prone to certain health issues. This breed is not apartment friendly neither is is the best for office environment.,

Akbash Grooming

Akbash Training

Akbash Nutrition

Akbash puppies somewhere in the range of eight and 12 weeks old need 4 suppers every day. akbash puppies 3 to a half year old ought to be given three meals in a 24 hour time frame. Feed little guys a half year old to one year multiple times at regular intervals. Some grown-up akbashs, nonetheless, go great with 2 small meals per day.

Akbash Exercise

This breed does not require excessive excercise everyday. They do just fine with minimum consistent excercise. Walks everyday with an hour of excercise will do wonders for them.

Akbash Health

This breed is prone to a number of health issues. Regular check ups and consultation with the vet is highly recommended. Ceratin diseases they are commonly prone to are:

  • Bloat
  • Epilepsy
  • Heart Problems
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Luxating Patella
  • Umbilical Hernias