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Taiwan Dog

Taiwan Dog

The Taiwan Dog, also known as the Formosan Mountain Dog, is a breed of dog that originated in Taiwan.

The Taiwan Dog is a medium to large sized dog (45 and 60 cm), with an athletic and well-proportioned build (18 and 25 kg). Due to its origin and nature as a working dog, its build can vary, but in general it has a medium-sized head with almond-shaped eyes and erect or semi-erect ears. The tail is often curled over the back.

The Taiwan Dog's coat varies in length, texture, and color. It can be short to medium and can come in a variety of colors including black, white, brown, russet, and various combinations of these colors. The coat may also have marks or stains.

In terms of personality, the Taiwan Dog is often described as intelligent, loyal, and alert. Due to its origins as a working and guard dog, it can be wary of strangers and have protective instincts towards its family and territory. However, with proper socialization from an early age, he can grow into a loving and devoted companion.

The Taiwan Dog has been used for hunting, guarding and working on farms. As such, it has a high energy level and requires a moderate to high amount of daily exercise to stay healthy and balanced. Walks, play, and mental stimulation activities are important to meet his energy needs.

When it comes to care, the Taiwan Dog's coat is generally easy to maintain. Regular brushing to remove dead hair and maintain coat cleanliness is recommended. As a healthy breed, the Taiwan Dog has an average lifespan of 12 to 15 years.

In summary, the Taiwan Dog is an intelligent, loyal, and energetic dog with working and protective instincts. He can be a great companion for active and engaged owners who can meet his needs for exercise and mental stimulation. If you are considering adopting a dog from Taiwan, make sure you can provide the environment and commitment necessary for this energetic breed.


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