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Goat Facts

Goats facts

~Goats are social animals but they are not flock-orientated.
~Goats communicate with each other by bleating. Mothers will often call to their kids to ensure
they are close or not. The mother goat and the baby goat can recognize each others call
immediately after mother gives birth to the baby goat.
~Baby goats are very close to their mothers and are weaned after around 6 months.
~Goats are very intelligent and curious animals. This can be noticed by the reactions of the... read full article



Anatolian Shepherds: Living Conditions

Anatolian Shepherds are not recommended for apartment life. They are relatively inactive indoors and will do best with at least a large yard. This breed is very suspicious of strangers, and it is therefore necessary to provide a secure, fenced yard.

Highlights

Anatolian Shepherds are independent and less eager to please as compared to the other breeds.
They will act if they think there is a threat.
Secure fencing is required.
Best diggers.
Good Guardians.
Some can be dog-aggressive.
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Anatolian Shepherds: Grooming

This breed requires little grooming. The coat needs thorough brushing-out during the twice-a-year shedding seasons. You can get away with little attention the rest of the year. The Anatolian Shepherd is a seasonal, heavy shedder.

Highlights

Anatolian Shepherds are independent and less eager to please as compared to the other breeds.
They will act if they think there is a threat.
Secure fencing is required.
Best diggers.
Good Guardians.
Some can be dog-aggressive.
Shed profusely, spec... read full article