The Central Asian Shepherd dog is an ancient breed of livestock guardian dog. The breed is traditionally used for guarding sheep and goat herds, as well as to for protecting and for guarding duty. It is also known by many other names such as Alabai, Central Asian Ovtcharka, CAO and Aziat. The Central Asian Shepherd is a large breed of dog recognized by FCI as a Molossoid type dog breed of Soviet-era origin under Russian patronage. Numerous breed representatives reside in Russia, and local kennel club officials refer to Central Asians as one of the most popular dog breeds in
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