The Czech Mountain Dog is a breed that originates in the Czech Republic. Having a resemblance to the old Bohemian Mastiff, this breed is comparatively new, and was developed towards the end of the 1970s.
The Czech Mountain Dog is a cross between a Canadian working dog and a Slovakian watchdog. As well as the original two breeds there are traces of Chinooks, Alaskan Malamutes, Siberian Huskies and several other breeds of Arctic dog. There are unconfirmed reports that added to the line during the 1980s was Landseer, Central Asian Malamutes and English setter blood. These animals are used primarily for "mushing" sports. These include skijoring, sled-pulling, bikejoring and others.
This type of dog is very powerfully built and tough. It is known for its intelligence and resilience. There are slight breed variations in the appearance that can be found, but it is an entirely standardized blood...
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