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    WoW ! More photos and now photos of puppies - thank you !

    I had to look this up - hence the link ! So – the Alabai is also known as the Central Asian sheep-dog ?

    Central Asian sheep-dog, Central Asian Ovtcharka, Alabay, Alabai, Wolfhound, Volkodav, Credneasiatskaya Ovcharka, Central Asian Shepherd, puppies for sale, puppy,

    These dogs are generally used as livestock guardians by you and your family ?

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    thank dear
    It is used as a guard dog.
    That's great guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meysam View Post
    We are a worldwide exporter of the dog
    So you breed dogs and sell them world wide? Really cute puppies by the way
    Last edited by Luckycow; 01-17-2014 at 08:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckycow View Post
    So you breed dogs and sell them world wide? Really cute puppies by the way
    no dear!

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    What a big dog!! Absolutely gorgeous And the puppies are very cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddogdodge View Post
    What a big dog!! Absolutely gorgeous And the puppies are very cute
    thank you.You have my thanks

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    meysam

    Thank you for coming back and sharing photos of your dog's puppies (child dogs).

    It is difficult and expensive to import dogs into Australia because of our quarantine laws. But some people do.

    Mostly the dogs I have seen from your area are the camp dogs (almost wild - look like dingos) and the hunting hounds that look like the drawings from Egypt with long legs, short hair and very pointy ears. A bit like our greyhounds.

    I didn't realise you also had guard dogs and livestock guardians. But I did know you had livestock. I must ask my neighbours who are from Iran too (a long time ago when the Shah was still there). They are somewhat reluctant to be friendly with my dog tho she tries her hardest to charm them. They would never let her inside their house. But I let her sleep next to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    meysam

    Thank you for coming back and sharing photos of your dog's puppies (child dogs).

    It is difficult and expensive to import dogs into Australia because of our quarantine laws. But some people do.

    Mostly the dogs I have seen from your area are the camp dogs (almost wild - look like dingos) and the hunting hounds that look like the drawings from Egypt with long legs, short hair and very pointy ears. A bit like our greyhounds.

    I didn't realise you also had guard dogs and livestock guardians. But I did know you had livestock. I must ask my neighbours who are from Iran too (a long time ago when the Shah was still there). They are somewhat reluctant to be friendly with my dog tho she tries her hardest to charm them. They would never let her inside their house. But I let her sleep next to me.
    Our dogs are very powerful and very beautiful variety of colors., And we use them as guard.
    A total of $ 3,000 is for someone who wants a dog

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    Quote Originally Posted by meysam View Post
    Our dogs are very powerful and very beautiful variety of colors., And we use them as guard.
    A total of $ 3,000 is for someone who wants a dog
    Yes, they look very powerful and very beautiful - but - far too much pup for me ! Sometimes even the breed of pup I prefer - which is a German Shorthaired Pointer - can be trying at times !

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    I would assume the price is in US $s ?

    What age are your pups when they go to their new homes ?

    Would love to see more photos of your pups !

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    There's a drop down list of countries on this page
    Bringing Cats and Dogs (and other pets) to Australia - Department of Agriculture

    I know it says export - if the country is in that list - you can bring it to Australia directly - if it is not - then you can't.

    Iran (and China) are not on the List. So the dog would have to go to some other country - serve quarantine there and then come to Australia and serve Quarantine again.

    It would be really difficult and expensive to bring a dog from Iran to Australia.

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