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EAST EUROPEAN SHEPHERD / VEO


The East European Shepherd or BEO (in Russian for short) is the latest to add! 
It took us more than 04 years to study the said breed, to learn on it capabilities, breed standard and selective bloodlines detail, and we have our first batch reached us in early 2017 from Ukraine and Russia. 

By working closely with some old-timers from Russia, we received recommendation and back-up support to raise and to bred for better generation.  Hopefully, we could do our small part in contributing the "re-installation" of this wonderful breed in our part of the world! 

Click HERE to read about the Breed Standard.

Click HERE to learn more about History.

 

MALE

 


Yenisey Dnwindtalkers
  - (Енисей DNWindtalkers) a.k.a. "MAX"
Sire:  Shkval dlja DNWindtalkers
(ШКВАЛ для DNWINDTALKERS)
Dam:  Aleksandra DNWindtalkers
(АЛЕКСАНДРА ДНВИНДТАЛКЕРС)

 


Betelgeise Laerers Alakay (БЕТЭЛЬГЕЙЗЕ ЛАЭРС АЛАКАЙ) a.k.a. "HUNTER"
Sire:  BETELGEISE LAERERS DARYANUR - (БЕТЭЛЬГЕЙЗЕ ЛАЭРС ДАРЬЯНУР)
Dam:  SILVER WOLF PINE COLLAD - (СЕРЕБРЯНЫЙ ВОЛК ПИНА КОЛЛАДА)

 

FEMALE

 


Yansons Fiona

Sire:  Lutatovski Lincoln - (Лютатовский Линкольн)
Dam:  Jager - (Egera)

 

East-European Shepherd dogs are very agile, sympathetic and loyal towards their owners.
They have a well-balanced personality, they are confident, highly intelligent, with a playful disposition.

But they are also tough dogs, weary of strangers and very protective of their masters.
They make wonderful guard dogs and they can be equally friendly or aggressive on command.
Though mild-mannered and social, these dogs may not be an ideal family pet because they recognize only one master and can at times misinterpret other people’s playfulness with threats against their master.
They will protect their master at all costs, and they will not hesitate to attack any living creature if the master demands it. It is this resoluteness that has made this breed a brilliant asset to police forces and armies in Russia.

When training an East-European Shepherd, the main objective is to be acknowledged as the leader of his pack. Bringing a dog of this size and temperament in the household can only be a wise move if he is made to understand his position in the family hierarchy from the very beginning.

They are extremely quick to learn and very obedient. It is in their nature to appreciate tasks and tests, and they will obey their master to the best of their ability, living outside and coping with extreme climates without complaint.

They will thrive in an apartment, as well, provided they have a consistent exercise routine. Their sheer size and obedience makes them excellent draught and hunting dogs, especially when in packs.
Their exercise regime should consist of various daily walks or sprints, where they heel beside or behind the master, never in front, because their instincts tell them the leader comes first.