Dog breed Caucasian Shepherd Dog


Breed Caucasian Shepherd Dog
Country
Georgia,Armenia,Azerbaijan
Height
25-28"
Weight
99-154 lbs
Life
10-11 years
Colors
Black
Grey
Fawn
Brindle
Brown
Hair
Medium,Long

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