Dog Breed Group: Working DOg
Life Span: 10-12 years
Weight: 105 pounds (47.5 kg)
Height: 27 inches (69 cm)
Origin of Name: The Bakharwal dog is found in northern India.
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As humans began documenting their world through writing, painting and sculpture; Canine companions are included in these written and visual records of the ancient world. The primitive species of canine were as unique and diverse as their ancient human companions. With a variety of dogs developing in their own specific breeds; Humans used the natural instincts, talents, and skills of each dog for their purposes. Over time, some of these ancient dogs would become hunters or laborers and some would become companions. Through natural development and selection, and there will certainly be interference from an ancient and noble race of working canines, it will be known as Molosar.
The first record of a mollossar dog originates from ancient Greece, where the breed is mentioned as prehistoric Trojan War with Greeks roaming the sea long before. As the Greeks continued to explore the ancient world by land and sea, they brought with them their powerful and influential Molosers. The breed will go with the indigenous dogs of the new land to create more diverse and diverse ancient breeds. Time and development are caused by some of the original dog breeds that produce many new types. Many specific geographic locations around the world will then see their challenging climate and the development of dog breeds uniquely suited to survive and work in isolated areas.
Since prehistoric times were primarily hunter-gatherer / mass societies, dogs needed less as companions and more as working members of the group. Many dogs would first be used as hunting companions, and as nomadic people of the ancient world settled in more permanent communities, each dog breed was developed and distinguished by their human masters within that community. Was proven to work. The Molosser type would prove to be most useful as a conservation dog, responsible for protecting and preserving livestock and property belonging to its group.
The Molosar breed will become the cornerstone for the Mastiff breeds that exist today. Mastiffs existed throughout the ancient world, and although the original form of molosser has since been lost to time and legend, the mastiffs that they inhabited continued to grow and develop. Centuries ago, Central Asia observed the genus of a noble and glorious breed of Tibet's mastiffs. The Tibetan Mastiff is considered to be one of the oldest breeds of dog still alive. This dog will lend its genetics to other mastiff breeds originating from the ancient Asian continent.