Breed Review: Karelian Bear Dog (17 Pics)

#10 Like all dogs, the Karelian bear needs early socialization, representatives of the breed can be quite aggressive towards relatives

Starting from 2-3 months with a puppy, you need to walk a lot, show him the world around him, other animals, and people. The Karelian bear dog is rather jealous of its owner. For this reason, not all animals can easily perceive children. And the child is unlikely to be able to independently care for a wayward pet.

#11 The thick coat of the Karelian Bear Dog should be brushed a couple of times a week.

During molting - in spring and autumn - the procedure is repeated more often - up to 3-4 times.

It is important to pay attention to the cleanliness and health of your dog's teeth. They should be inspected every week and cleaned as needed.

Representatives of the breed have good health and immunity, moreover, they are very hardy. In dogs of this breed, not a single inherited disease has yet been found.

#12 The Karelian Bear Dog is very intelligent and attached to its owner, with whom it forms a strong relationship.

These dogs do not trust strangers, do not let them in, and only treat their family members well. Territorial by nature, they are wary of strangers, bark at them, but they can only bite when there is an immediate threat and, in general, are not very suitable as defenders.

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