Boerboel Dog Make Sweet Love To Her Mumma

Boerboel Dog Make Sweet Love To Her Mumma


Dutch farmers in South Africa first bred the Boerboel in the 17th century from a nameless ancestor similar to a Mastiff. Dutch South African farmers, called Boers, produced this dog with indigenous African wild dogs to create what we know today as the Boerboel. It’s suspected that Rhodesian Ridgebacks also had a hand in creating the breed.

Boerboel gives her Mumma a kisses

Farmers needed tough dogs who could work in hot climates and stand up to predators such as big cats, baboons, and hyenas. Boerboels are famously loyal and protective, and later, when diamond mining became more prominent in South Africa, miners used them to protect their territory.

Boerboel gives her Mumma a kisses

Boerboel gives her Mumma a kisses

These large, confident dogs are well-muscled and exceedingly obedient, making them perfect as working guard dogs or loveable family pets.

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