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Old English Sheepdog

CHildren's madness (other names: Bobtail, OES, Bob)

Old English Sheepdog
origin:Great Britain
date origin:19th century
life expectancy:12 to 13 years
classification:Working Group
height:56 to 60 cm
weight:30 to 30 kg
exercise: Mediumtraining: Reasonableclimate: Temperatein/out: Indoorgrooming: Needs groomingfeeding: Mediumsize: Medium
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History [ edit ]

Despite being not that old or not that English, the name Old English Sheepdog as stuck to this herding dog. In fact, Sheepdog is what is more closely related to this breed history.

Being developed in the 18th century, in West England Country, the ancestors of this breed aren´t consensual. Some state that the Old English Sheepdog is a mix between the Barbone and the Deerhound, others defend that the Briard and the Bergamasco are the ones behind it. Even so, the most accepted theory is that this breed is closely related to the Scotch Bearded Collie and or the Russian Owtc