Group : Working Dogs
Weight : 58 Kgs
Height : 30 - 32 inches
Color(s) : The Kurdish Kangal Dog has a black mask and black velvety ears which contrast with a whole-body color which may range from light dun to gray.
Distinct Feature : The Kangal Dog is a large, powerful, heavy-boned dog, whose size and proportions have developed naturally as a result of its continued use in Turkey as a guardian against predators. The head is large and moderately wide with drop ears.
TEMPERAMENT : The common Kangal Dog is as a matter of first importance a stock gatekeeper canine and has a personality regular of such mutts—ready, regional and cautious of the local creatures or the human family to which it has fortified. The Kangal Dog has the quality, the pace and the mettle to capture and defy dangers to the groups of sheep and goats that it monitors in both Turkey and the New World. Kangal Dogs want to scare predators however will take a physical stand and even assault if essential. Kangal Dogs have an intuitive attentiveness of peculiar puppies yet are not regularly contentious toward individuals. They are to some degree saved with outsiders, yet faithful and tender with gang. The target in preparing this canine is to accomplish pack pioneer status. It is a characteristic nature for a puppy to have a request in its pack. When we people live with puppies, we turn into their pack. The whole pack participates under a solitary pioneer. Lines are unmistakably characterized and standards are set. Since adog speaks his disappointment with snarling and in the long run gnawing, every single other human MUST be higher up in the request than the pooch. The people must be the ones settling on the choices, not the mutts. That is the main way your association with your pooch can be a complete achievement.
CHARACTER :The Kangal Dog is not prescribed for condo life. It is generally dormant inside and will do best with no less than a huge yard. The Kangal Dog is normally defensive, however is more "individuals arranged" than most other domesticated animals watchman breeds. A very much mingled Kangal Dog is not for the most part forceful to individuals, and particularly cherishes youngsters—yet the breed does not perceive property limits. It will meander, assault stray canines, and may be forceful to human interlopers, particularly around evening time. Great fencing is in this way keen.