Coming from the word "boer” for “farmer,” Boerboel translates to mean “farmer’s dog” or "Boer's dog" in African. These dogs were originally bred as watchdogs that looked after South African homesteads. Boerboels are perfectly balanced dogs with proportionate body parts and a short, broad head that appears as a deep square with muscular, well-filled cheeks. They are stocky, compact and extremely muscular with thick, loose wrinkled skin. When the dog is attentive, their brow furrows in moderate wrinkles. This breed has been kept as watchdogs, as friendly companions, playmates for children and protectors of the family. They will not retreat from any danger.
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