Slovensky Cuvac: the impressive mountain dog 

Slovak Cuvac

The Slovensky Cuvac is a tough and impressive dog with a long, white coat. They tend to be huge and can reach over 60 cm in height. They are highly intelligent and are great for training, especially as a guard dog. They are also very loyal to their owners and will do anything to protect them. 

However, they are not the easiest dogs to groom, as they require a lot of brushing to keep their coat in good condition. They are also very energetic and need a lot of space to exercise. So, they are best suited for people with a large yard or a dog walking area nearby. If you are looking for a tough and impressive dog to protect and care for, the Slovensky Cuvac may be the dog for you! 

 

History of the Slovensky Cuvac 

The Slovensky Cuvac was used as a livestock guard dog in the Slovak mountains. The breed is especially known for its great hunting instinct. The Slovensky Cuvac is capable of guarding livestock such as cattle, sheep, turkeys and even pets. Visitors to the mountains fell in love with the breed in storage and began taking it to the lowlands. 

The ancestry of the Slovensky Cuvac dates back to the Ice Age, where the breed is believed to be related to the Arctic wolf. As early as the 17th century, this breed was used primarily as a guard dog for livestock. But as predators such as wolves left the mountains and modern livestock farming began to develop, the breed was close to extinction. 

A professor at Brno Veterinary College, Dr. Antonin Hruza was credited with reviving the breed. In the 1950s, there was no breeding standard and much careless breeding was done, causing the breed to develop undesirable traits. In 1964, however, a written standard for the breed was established and approved, from which the beautiful Slovenian Cuvac was born.  

 

Character: a good watchdog with a small heart 

The Slovensky Cuvac is a super loyal dog that is always ready to chase away intruders. He is smart and builds a strong bond with his family. Because of his history as a guard dog, he does well on a farm or ranch. He is a natural watchdog and is a great family dog because he is courageous and protects his family from threats. 

However, if you are taking on a dog for the first time, the Slovensky Cuvac may not be the best choice for you. It is important that you know how to set proper boundaries and show leadership. Also, the breed is not recommended for apartments because they need daily exercise. If you don’t give your dog enough exercise, he may become bored and exhibit destructive behavior. But if you have a backyard with a high fence, the Slovensky Cuvac could be a great pet for you. 

Slovensky Cuvac puppies

Appearance: a beautiful white appearance 

The Slovensky Cuvac is a beautiful dog with a distinct appearance. These dogs have a long and thick coat that is usually white in color, making them a striking appearance. They also have a large head with large ears and a strong jaw, which means they have a bite force of over 400 PSI. Furthermore, they are quite large, with a shoulder height between 22 and 28 inches and a weight between 68 and 100 pounds.

Males are usually slightly larger than females, although there are some dogs of this breed that stand or weigh above or below average. The chest of the Slovensky Cuvac is broad and the sternum extends to the height of the shoulder joints. All in all, the Slovensky Cuvac is an impressive dog with a striking appearance. 

 

The care 

If you have a Slovensky Cuvac, it is important to take good care of it. Because the breed was bred as a guard dog, it is important to train your dog and give him mental stimulation so he does not get bored. His thick white coat may need to be brushed every day, and in the summer the undercoat can shed, so a regular bath is important. Also keep in mind that these dogs prefer to be cool, so if you live in a hot area, make sure your dog has plenty of water to cool off. 

Also, remember to check your dog’s nails regularly and trim them as needed. Also, check your dog’s ear for dirt and debris and clean it thoroughly with an ear cleaner or ear wipes. Do not use harsh cleaners such as alcohol, as this can damage your dog’s ears. This active dog needs a fairly large amount of