Entlebucher Mountain Dog Dog Breed
Entlebucher Mountain Dog Dog Classification:
Entlebucher Mountain Dogs are
Other Names: Entelbuch Mountain
Dog, Entelbucher Cattle Dog, Entlebucher,
Entlebucher Sennenhund, Shepherd Dog from
Entlebuch, or Dog of the Alpine Herdsman
Origins: Entlebucher Mountain
Dogs were initially bred in the Swiss
town of Entelbuch, to drive cattle to
Description: The Entlebucher is
a medium-sized, compact and strongly muscled
dog with a broad chest. They have a broad
head, drooping ears and a curled tail.
Size: Entlebucher Mountain Dogs
weigh 45 to 65 lbs, they stand 19 to 20
inches tall at the shoulder.
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Coat: Entlebucher Mountain Dogs
have a short, dense tri-colored coat that
is black, tan, and white.
Disposition: Entlebucher Mountain
Dogs have an excellent work ethic, they
are good natured and devoted. They are
loyal dogs and will adapt to environmental
Type Dog: Entlebucher Mountain
Dogs are herd dogs.
Litter Size: Entlebucher Mountain
Dogs typically give birth to litters with
Behavior: Like most herd dogs,
Entlebucher Mountain Dogs require daily
mental and physical stimulation. They
are trainable, but may be wary of strangers.
Traits: highly intelligent, versatile,
lively, loyal, and adaptable
Country of Origin: Switzerland
Life Span: Entlebucher Mountain
Dogs typically live 10 to 13 years.
Club Recognitions: FCI, AKC, CKC,