Mystic Anatolians

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PA, United States
314 Shorecrest Lane Linden Pennsylvania 17744 US

Dogs have always been a part of my life. I was raised around Siberian Huskies, Alaskan Malamutes and German Shepherd Dogs. I got my first dog at the age of 7. I’ve had my own dogs ever since.

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I’ve created this page to show how I’ve introduced my older Anatolian Shepherd Dogs to goats. Most people teach them from puppies how to be with livestock but my group was older before I decided to add goats to the family. I’ve owned Anatolians for several years and fell completely in love with the breed and every aspect of them. I know mine are happy just being here and being my companions. They do have a natural instinct to guard and work though. I’ve noticed that mine would pick something out themselves to be a protector of. It could range from anything like patroling the property, the house, guarding me while I sleep, guarding the parakeets, anything that they could find to give them a job to do. It makes them happy to have a job. I love Anatolians with all of my heart and have become so devoted to them as a breed and I wanted to experience everything with them including livestock guarding.

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