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Appenzeller Mountain Dog: character and nature

Appenzeller Mountain Dog: character and nature

Appenzeller Mountain Dog: character and nature

The Appenzeller Mountain Dog is a special breed of dog known, among other things, for its liveliness and amiability. The fearless bundles of energy are an enrichment for every family. Here you can learn more about the character and nature and whether the breed suits you or not.

Unfortunately, the Appenzeller Mountain Dog is a breed that is threatened with extinction. Yet the Swiss is appreciated by dog lovers – and quite rightly so. The medium-sized robust and sporty rascals with the characteristic post horn tail and pointed ears, are loyal companions and have many good qualities.

Appenzeller Mountain Dog: A strong character

There are many qualities that describe the character of the mountain dog, first and foremost lively, courageous, eager to move and loyal. The dog does not let itself be swayed by anything. Typical for the dog breed is their extraordinary good power of observation – they notice even small things in everyday life and are generally very attentive. Towards known conspecifics and their heart people, the four-legged friends are extremely faithful and loyal. On the other hand, an Appenzeller Mountain Dog can sometimes be very suspicious of strangers. It is not for nothing that the dogs are excellent watchdogs or like to work as guard dogs or herding dogs.

A creature that wants to be challenged

The spirited, workaholic nature of the Appenzeller Mountain Dog is not for couch potatoes. The dog breed wants to be kept busy, needs exercise and occupation. It was originally bred as a working dog – in a way, its genes drive it to prefer an active lifestyle. He likes people and usually gets along very well with children. The Appenzeller likes to combine its high intelligence with its physical agility – properly trained, for example, it can easily round up a larger herd of cattle and will not rest until every cow is back in its place. At the same time, the dogs have a very patient nature, which, in combination with their strong human orientation, also predestines them for training as guide dogs.

Is an Appenzeller Mountain Dog suitable for me?

On the basis of the descriptions of the character and nature, you will certainly already recognize whether the dog breed suits you or not. It is best to buy an Appenzeller Mountain Dog only if you can keep him busy enough – both physically and mentally. If you maintain an active lifestyle and incorporate the four-legged friend into it, he will thank you. The bundles of energy feel most comfortable when they have a task that they can perform on a regular basis. Dog sports or dog performance sports are also usually gladly accepted.

Ideally, you live in a rural environment, where the vital
Sennenhund can really let off steam and live it up. A permanent life in a narrow city apartment does not get the nimble nature lover well. By the way, most Appenzellers are very fond of barking. If you are quickly annoyed by high-pitched dog barking, you should reconsider acquiring the dog.

Tip: If you are still unsure about whether an Appenzeller Mountain Dog suits you or not, ask a reputable breeder and find out together whether the dog breed is right for you.

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