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221 views • January 23, 2022

ALL ABOUT LIVING WITH MAREMMA SHEEP DOGS

Dogumentary TV
Dogumentary TV
Sarah Letts is a Maremma lover and breeder. She homesteads with the breed on her ranch in California. Where she raises sheep, chickens, turkey and cattle. Her dogs defend her property and possessions from a predator load that includes coyotes, bobcats, mountain lions, and other vermin. A Maremma is a livestock guarding dog, bred in Italy for centuries to guard large flocks of sheep on the plains and in the mountains. Other Old World breeds with similar temperament are the Great Pyrenees in France, the Komondor and the Kuvasz in Hungary, the Tatra in Poland, the Shar Planinetz in Yugoslovia, the Anatolian and Akbash in Turkey, and the Tibetan Mastiff in Nepal and Tibet. The Maremma originally lived day and night with its flock, and its white coat mimics the coat of the sheep in its flock. It was bred to take responsibility for keeping the flock safe from 4-legged predators, primarily the wolf, and from 2-legged thieves; and kept proficient at its job by frequent life-and-death battles with the wolves.
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