Just spent a lot of time reading your very informative page. You have done a wonderful job giving the pros and cons to this magnificent breed. This was my first introduction to the breed and I am absolutely fascinated even though this is not the dog for me I sure hope one day to meet one. Thank You for doing such a great job!
I am a breeder and rescuer, seeing many irresponsible breeders, and owners of I'll intent is not only makes my job very hard, but at times almost impossible
If an individual may not control his pet they shouldn't even have any at all.
I have been a breeder for 16 years now, and the only one in Utah
All of my dogs are indoor dogs
All of them get there twice daily walks
Having for seamstresses at home helped devise custom tailored harnesses that the dogs absolutely love
After all they are the ones sporting them
This beautiful breed is not for everyone
They are strong, loving, and kind
But may take out a threat in just a snap of the finger!
We are experienced Ovcharka Dog owners. We’ve had 6 Adult Ovcharka Rescues at once, for the past 15 years. Our last living Ovcharka is 15 years old and she is in the processes of crossing over. We are looking to adopt several Ovcharkas once she is gone some time this summer.
• We rescued her through Brave Caucasians in Montana, 2 yr old female adult.
• We rescued a large male from ‘Angie’ of Little Bear Caucasians, 8 month old male puppy.
• Yagoda was a rescue from a private party in Seattle Washington, 4 year old female adult. She was imported from the Ukraine by Little Bear Caucasians. She ended up in Seattle paper as a ‘farm dog.’ The people who got her could not keep her as she would chase cars and the neighbors were afraid of her. They contacted Angie of Little Bear Caucasians. Angie contacted us. The rest is history.
• Willie was another private party rescue from Washington State, 4 year old male adult.
• Ursula and Zoya were sisters. Zoya crossed over last year.
Ursula is the last of our 6 Ovcharkas we have. She is 15 years old and in doggie hospice care with us.
Could you contact me with information on any adaptable Ovcharkas you may have? Thank you in advance.
I am very interested in acquiring a Caucasians, I live in Mexico and the most important thing for me is the protection of my wife and children, currently the insecurity is my country is much, for which I need the best possible, I hope I can help.
Your website is very informative. I did want to mention that all pages using a yellow font were basically unreadable.
THIS GOD'S GIFT,WAS FOR YEARS DESIRED FOR ADOPTION IN A FOREVER HOME BY THIS WRITER, I AM RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTING AN INQUIRY AS TO ANY AVAILABLE PUPS AT THIS TIME IF YOU WILL CONTACT THIS UNIT AT YOUR CONVEINANCE AT THE EMAIL INDICATED AS AFOREMENTIONED ABOVE.. THANK YOU KINDLY
It is impossible to find your email on this website friend. I'm very serious about adopting, I have the application filled out, but I can't find your email anywhere. I recommend putting it all over the place or having a "contact us" page. Very frustrating. Anyways, please contact me at my email above or comment with yours. I would love to adopt from you. Cheers
Please contact me re a Ovcharka puppy. Are you in So. CA.?
Hello Tamara. Can’t find an email or other contact for you so I hope this works. I’m a trainer and behaviourist in the UK. A lady has contacted me about assessing her Caucasian as a therapy dig to visit Care Homes and elderly patients. Her dog is make and now 10 months. Need advice as to the dog’s suitability for such a job and how would so temperament test this dog ?
Thank you for shariing
Thank you Tamara for saving Ovcharkas. I completed an application, but i do not know where to submit it. Could you kindly let me know where to submit your adoption application? thank in advance.
Sincerely, Geneva Thatcher