The Appenzeller Dog
The Appenzeller dog is a flocking dog by their characters and for that reason Appenzellers constantly needs something to do. In a ranch environment, they might rush at the sheep or cattle to herd them. With no adequate exercise, they could turn out to be impatient, so ample of exercise, toys, space, and awareness should be offered.
These dogs are elements of the Sennenhund family of dogs that contain the Bernese Mountain Dog, the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, the Entlebucher Mountain Dog and the Appenzeller all of which are alike in temperament and colour but differ in sizes. The Sennenhund dogs were initially used to help in common farm work but they are also used as mountain liberates dogs in several areas of the Swiss mountains now days.
The Appenzeller is the minor breeds in the Sennenhund cluster of dogs with adult males breeding to approximately 60 cm tall. The Appenzeller had a attractive three coloured fur and a supplier build in association to alike breeds like the Bernese mountain dog.