East-European Shepherd - VEO

Agnesa BOB

Agnesa BOB saturday at International show Bratilsava.



Armani Bla BIG

Armanies first big win in age 11 months. Bratislava International show BOB. BIG



The East-European Shepherd

The East-European Shepherd is a breed of working dog developed in the Soviet Union. The result of Soviet desire to develop a breed of working dog capable of surviving the freezing temperatures of Russia, the East-European Shepherd was created by crossing German Shepherd Dogs and native Russian breeds, primarily Laika and Owtcharka-type dogs. Famed for its silent guarding, intimidating black coat, and very high level of protection drive, the East-European Shepherd was the preferred breed of the KGB. The East-European Shepherd is also known as the Byelorussian Shepherd, Belarusian Shepherd, Eastern European Shepherd, Byelorussian Owtcharka, Belarusian Owtcharka, East-European Owtcharka, Eastern European Owtcharka, Owczarek Wschodnioeuropejski, Vostochnoevropejskaya Ovcharka, and the VEO.