Rare breed of dogs revives in Kazakhstan

In Kazakhstan, the breed of hounds of hounds of pelvis and Tobet revive, which have been used for centuries during hunting and helped shepherds, protecting herds from wild animals in an endless steppe.

In Kazakhstan, a law was adopted to preserve the Kazakh breeds of dogs of the basin and toobet.

In addition, animals are included in the list of national brands of the country.

Patches and Tobet (Kazakh wolfhound) are considered the oldest breeds of dogs in Central Asia, their history has almost 4 thousand years.

Animals for centuries have been an integral part of nomadic life in the Kazakh steppes.

Hunting dogs saved many villages during the famine in Kazakhstan of 1932-33, helping people get food.

KNB of the KNB of Kazakhstan by the KNB border service have already begun the special training of these rare dog breeds to protect the borders of Kazakhstan and military service.

75-year-old Borzykh breeder Ramazan Sadykula spoke about his work “Anadolu”. According to a man, he has been breeding dogs since childhood and continues to work his father.

“Our people who at that time led a nomadic lifestyle at that time, used hounds for hunting. The dog is very devoted to its master. It is unpretentious, eats what the owner gives. And this is also a very good creature,” he said.

Sadykuly noted that dogs are taken hunting from 6 months of age.

According to another interlocutor of the agency, Ayasa Alzhanov, he has been breeding Tobet for 12 years.

Ayes said that he participates in various events with his pet named Bison. “Bison is only 3 years old, but it already weighs 85 kilograms. It consumes 2.5 kilograms of meat a day,” he said.

Alzhanov also explained the differences between Kazakh hunting dogs from others from this breed, such as the Central Asian shepherd. “Our dogs are larger, and their wool is tougher,” he said.