S. Satish, the president of the Dog Breeders’ Association and a famous dog breeder in Bengaluru, has bought a Caucasian Shepherd for 20 crore rupees.
The 1.5 year old dog, named “Cadabom Hayder,” was purchased from a seller in Hyderabad. Satish plans to show off the dog at a big event in Bengaluru in February.
Satish also owns Korean Dosa Mastiffs that cost 1 crore rupees, a Tibetan Mastiff that cost 10 crore rupees, and an Alaskan Malamute that cost 8 crore rupees.
Caucasian Shepherds are about 30 inches tall and can weigh between 55 to 77 kg. They can live for 10 to 20 years.
About Caucasian Shepherd
The Caucasian Shepherd, also known as the Caucasian Ovcharka, is a large breed of dog native to the Caucasus region. It is a powerful and muscular breed that is used for guarding livestock and protecting property. The breed has a thick, double coat that is typically white, gray, or fawn in color, and a muscular, stocky build.
They are known for their bravery and protective instincts, and are highly intelligent and trainable. The breed can be territorial and may be aggressive towards strangers, so they require early socialization and training to ensure they are well-behaved. They have a lifespan of 10-12 years on average.