Dog breeds Group 1 – Section 2 from FCI – Cattledogs

Definition and meaning of Cattle Dogs:

According to the FCI system, the Cattledogs belongs to working dogs. This breed of dog is characterized by its penchant for working closely with humans and a pronounced herding instinct.. Due to the great similarity of the tasks of the Shepherd dog and of the Cattledogs (cattle dog), the FCI summarizes these breeds in a group.

The main task of Cattledogs is to provide a safe escort for sheep and other herd animals.
Driving and at the same time protecting the herd is his specialty.

Especially on long distances, that the herds have to cover from time to time, the agility and endurance of these dogs is worth it. They lead the herd and prevent the animals from leaving it. In many cases, various Cattledogs they work in the same herd at the same time.

The FCI ⓘ (Federation Cynologique Internationale) recognize 337 races and each is ‘property’ from a specific country, where it had its origin. All of them are included in 10 Groups under a registration number, a section number and a group number.

Standard – classification FCI

  • Group 1: Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs (except Swiss Cattle Dogs).
  • Section 2: Sennenhund Dogs (except Swiss Cattle Dogs)

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