Entlebucher Mountain Dog
The Entlebucher is a square, sturdy dog with typical working dog features. They have small, triangular ears and rather small, lively brown eyes. The head is well proportioned to the body, with a strong flat skull. The long jaw is well formed and powerful. The feet are compact supporting the muscular body. The smooth coat is close and harsh with symmetrical markings of black, tan and white. The tail is sometimes docked. The Entlebucher was originally used as a watchdog after being introduced to the Roman nobility by Alexander the Great. They were eventually brought into Switzerland andused primarily by Alpine herdsman to drive cattle. Friendly, with pleasant personalities, Entlebuchers enjoy being around people, and other dogs. They are easygoing and loyal, and very attached to their owners.
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