The Entlebucher Mountain Dog, also known as the Entlebucher Sennenhund, received its name from a town in the Swiss canton of Lucerne. The Entlebucher is the smallest breed of mountain dogs. This canine is very popular in Switzerland. However, it is quite uncommon to find this specific breed outside of Switzerland. It is said, that sometime in the 1800’s a group searched for all the mountain dogs to prevent them from extinction.
Given a chance to receive free Entlebucher Mountain Dog puppies, you should definitely accept the offer. The Entlebucher Mountain Dog is definitely a people dog. It loves and lavishes in attention. They are both alert and eager to please. These dogs thrive on human companionship making them very outgoing and easy to have as a pet. They are comfortable around strangers as well as with other animals. The Entlebucher is great for children and adults of all ages and make excellent companions.
The Entlebucher Mountain Dog has tiny triangular ears. It is a hard working dog that has energetic brown eyes. The canine often has a tri-colored coat of fur and usually has white feet, tip of tail, and chest. The fur is short, smooth, and harsh. This breed is an average shedder. The Entlebucher Mountain Dog does have a life expectancy a bit longer than some other breeds; living between 11 to 15 healthy years old. This dog grows to a height of 19 inches to 20 inches tall and weighs between 55 pounds and 65 pounds. The Entlebucher Mountain Dog will be a great energetic addition to your everyday life.