Central Asian Shepherd Pup Logan

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by April Nicole, Mar 19, 2018.

  1. April Nicole

    April Nicole Well-Known Member

    It's already growing back. Lol...
    I agree Sophie is a very popular dog name. I think it's more popular for dogs than people. I like it, it suits her.
     
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  2. April Nicole

    April Nicole Well-Known Member

    He just keeps growing and growing...
    Logan's doing great. He's really enjoying the cooler weather, as are we. He is going on 9 months old. Don't know his weight, but his height is just below 29 in. He has a long body. Here are some pics of him with my hubby next to a 6 ft. fence
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    April Nicole Well-Known Member

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    9 months old
     
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  6. TylerDurden

    TylerDurden Well-Known Member

    Great pictures! He‘s huge already. How is he doing in summer with all the heat and humidity? I was wonderint how breeds such as the CAS, CS, or TBM adjust to our climate.
     
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  7. April Nicole

    April Nicole Well-Known Member

    Thanks! He is getting huge. Its hard to tell in the photos.

    He did very well with the heat and humidity. Central Asia spans the area between the Caspian Sea and China. It includes five countries, therefore has vast climates. Because of their nomadic lifestyle, CAS developed to be very adaptable to the changing climates of Central Asia. Heat waves in the summer months can reach 104° He does seem to prefer the colder weather though.

    As for Caucasian Shepherds. There are mixed reviews about heat tolerance. I do know that the regions around the Caucasus Mountains have diverse temperatures also.

    I have read that Tibetan Mastiffs don't do well in hot humid climates. I'm not sure how factual that is, but the Himalayas are pretty cold.
     
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  8. April Nicole

    April Nicole Well-Known Member

    Avriel, my daughter, playing with Logan. She didn't want to go into the yard with him cause he drools all over us! Lol. And she was dressed to go to work. He's so funny. He wanted her to play ball.
     
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  9. April Nicole

    April Nicole Well-Known Member

    Again, he wanted her to come out and play.
     
  10. TylerDurden

    TylerDurden Well-Known Member

    Good information, thanks for sharing. Agreed on the Caucasus region. As far as I know, there are areas where temperatures range from 0-100 degrees F, so very extreme. I will talk some more to the German breeder who keeps his CS there. Temperatures over there are not as extreme, but they can range from 20-100 degrees in extreme cases. I‘m sure those dogs are very adaptable.
     
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  11. Boxergirl

    Boxergirl Well-Known Member

    Nine months? No way! It seems like only a few weeks ago you were counting down to picking him up and your daughter was making her game about it. This year has flown by!
     
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  12. April Nicole

    April Nicole Well-Known Member

    I know Boxergirl, this year has flown by. What a difference 9 months can make in a dogs growth. Logan's kennel name is Soul of Asia Nabat. This is a video of him as a pup.
     
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