Anjing Senang - Video Anjing Happy Meeting First Time

Anjing Senang - Video Anjing Happy Meeting First Time


The Formosan Mountain Dog, also known simply as the Taiwan Dog, is an ancient, “primitive” breed. Many facts about its origins are still unknown, but it possibly descended thousands of years ago from South Asian hunting dogs. It has historically played many different roles as a hunter, a guard dog, a rescue dog, and a companion. While this breed was probably a semi-wild dog, roaming as it wished around the Taiwanese countryside, it would often accompany its owners on hunts for boar and other game while providing protection and security.


In the 1970s, attempts were made to formalize it into a definitive breed. This proved to be a difficult task given how much it had already mixed with German Shepherds and other types of dogs following the Japanese occupation in World War II. Many modern dogs still share this mixed ancestry. As of 2017, the American Kennel Club has accepted this breed into its Foundation Stock Service, which nurtures and provides support for this breed so it may eventually achieve full recognition.


The Formosan Mountain Dog is sometimes classified with other primitive breeds, but it’s unique in several respects. It is characterized by an athletic body, a slim waist, a big chest, a triangular face and ears, and a thin, curved tail that can reach over the back. The smooth and oily coat usually comes in a mix of black, white, yellow-brown, or brindle. The tongue is also apparently spotted.



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