Name : Entlebucher Mountain Dog
       Origin : Switzerland
           Size : 50cm (20in)

      Weight : 30kg (65lbs)
  Life Span : 12 years
       Group : Sennenhund
  1. Entlebucher Mountain Dogs are medium-sized dogs, native to Switzerland.
  2. They are smallest of the four Sennenhund breeds.
  3. They grow to an average size of 50cm and weigh around 30kg.
  4. On an average, they live to be around 12 years old.
  5. They have been used to assist in herding sheep and cattle, as a herd dog.
  6. They are similar to the other three Sennenhunds in color and temperaments but tend to vary in size.
  7. Apart from general farm work, they are also used as rescue dogs in parts of the Swiss mountains.
  8. They are sturdy and have distinctive black, white and tan coat.
  9. Their large flat feet support their weight.
  10. They are good-natured dogs, devoted to those familiar and suspicious of strangers.
  11. They need to be socialized with people and other dogs from a very early age, to be relaxed around them.

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