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    http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?...eature=related
    Great rare breeds clip.
    Can I get clips to load straigh onto the post, so you just click & watch????

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    Every link I do on this forum on posts or private messages dose not work, can someone tell me what I am doing wrong, please????????????????????????

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    http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?...yer_detailpage
    maybe this will work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Nope wrong again, lol.......................

    OK WORKING LINK IS BELOW>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    YouTube - Rarest Dog Breeds- Top 10
    lets see how that goes.........
    Last edited by crazydog; 12-18-2010 at 12:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazydog View Post
    Wow there are some similarities between the sharplaninatz, where are they from?
    Similarities between sharplaninatz and what? Most herding flock guarding dogs look similar to one another. They originate from Shara mountain which stretches across Macedonia/Serbia/Albania. You have a breeder near Melbourne (Southern Star kennel) if you're interested.

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    I think CD meant between the Sha- and the Tibetan 'stiff.

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    Sha blabla hahaha just call it Shar that'll be fine

    No I can't see any similarities really Yes, they're both quite large, but TM is much larger, hairier, has completely different head structure and colour. But than again their heritage from waaaaay before might be similar or even the same. They're both very old breeds.



    The brown and white ones are not shars.

    Crazydog, I'm glad that there is one more flock guarding lover here on forum. I just love them.
    Last edited by Fedra; 12-19-2010 at 04:50 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fedra View Post
    Sha blabla hahaha just call it Shar that'll be fine

    No I can't see any similarities really Yes, they're both quite large, but TM is much larger, hairier, has completely different head structure and colour. But than again their heritage from waaaaay before might be similar or even the same. They're both very old breeds.



    The brown and white ones are not shars.

    Crazydog, I'm glad that there is one more flock guarding lover here on forum. I just love them.
    sorry not sure what happened & yes I meant TM's. Yes their head stucture is different from what a TM should look like but I can give you more than 1 TM exsample with a head similar to this. I never look at color more type & not all TM's are that hairy. The type of TM the tibetan monks are saying is more correct is the heavier headed, larger dog with a double coat that is heavier of mane & tail but otherwise a course very thick medeim lengh coat over body. IF I can learn how to put pics up without just attaching them to the bottom of a post I will put some of the different types within the TM breed & their sub breeds.
    Yes I love all the guardain breeds but have only ever had much to do with TM's & Maremmas.

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    This a new 1 for me, dose anyone know much about it?
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    Fedra,
    I have done a little reserch on the Shars & it's beleived their ancesters came from tibet with travelling livestock & that the Shar & TM most likely share some common ancesters.

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    Crazydog your TMs are GORGEOUS!! I've always admired them. I met a few a couple of years back at a mastiff specialty and they are one of those breeds that looks amazing in photos, but just blows you away in person!!

    I tried for many years to have Komondors but it just never worked out. There were a few in the country in the early 90s but the one kennel aren't breeding anymore.

    The Caucasian Ovcharka is something I'd love to meet one day as well - they are truly amazing dogs. Who could resist this??? Those feet...




    But if I ever get rich enough to import and arrange recognition in Oz of old but rare breeds I would have to bring in the Hortaya Borzaya (or Chortaj) and the Stepnaya Borzaya (or Stepnoi).



    The Azawahk has made it to Australia, and although not yet officially recognised I don't think it's far off. Some must be very confident as it is listed in the judging at next years Sydney Royal! Yay!! They are astounding hounds:



    Did you notice I love posting lots of photos??

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