Dog Breeds - South African Boerboel

Breed         :Not Akc Recognized
Breed Weight  :154-200 lbs
Breed Height  :Male: 25-30; Female: 22-26 inches
Breed Color(s):Yellow, fawn, brown, russet; all shades of brindle.

The South Afarican Boerboel Breed Information:
The South African Boerboel was originated in 1652 in South Africa. It is a breed that is only used for guarding and protecting, due to its aggressive nature. In past, this breed was known as a bore dog, but now this breed is considered lovely and admirable.

This breed is very intelligent and possesses a keen intuition, which makes them different from others. They are strong, brave and bold. They are very alert and protective and can be used as a watchdog and guard dog. The South African Boerboel's coat is smooth, dense, and short. This breed is an average shedder.

This breed of dog is energetic and athletic and needs a dominant owner. They require early age socialization and obedience training. The training should be given to them with fairness and patience, they will not respond to hard and harsh methods of training. This breed of dog is very lively and energetic and requires regular exercise.

They love to go for walks and enjoy the family playing session. The South African Boerboel requires regular brushing to remove loose and dead hair. Bathing should be done when necessary.

The South African Boerboel Health and Diseases:
This breed has no health issues, due to careful and selective breeding.