Old English Sheepdog - Pawsource

Old English Sheepdog


The Old English Sheepdog breed, also known as the "OES," originated in England and descended from the Bearded Collie and the Russian Owtcharka. In the 18th century, the breed was bred to herd sheep and protect them from predators. In the 1800's they became increasingly popular with farmers and herders, and today they are a wonderful companion for people all over the world.


The character of the Old English Sheepdog breed is often described as friendly, loyal and intelligent. They make great companions for families and adore children. They are also very social dogs and love to be part of the family. They have a lot of energy and need regular exercise such as walks and playing in the yard.


As with many dog ​​breeds, there are health issues that owners of Old English Sheepdogs should be aware of. Some of the most common health problems in this breed include hip dysplasia, eye disorders, and skin allergies. Regular visits to the vet and proper nutrition and exercise can help prevent these problems.


The coat of the Old English Sheepdog breed is very thick and requires regular grooming to prevent tangles and knots. It is important to brush their coat at least once a week and more often during shedding. It's also important to keep their ears clean and their nails trimmed regularly.

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