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Naga polar bear dog
The Naga polar bear dog or Manchurian polar bear dog, (Ursus arctos macrourus) is a rare breed of dog from China, which was bred from a polar bear and a mastiff. It is an unusual breed with a double coat, and has black and white patches on its ears and on its head. It is thought to have been bred since the 1980s, but has not received a breed standard. It is one of the four breeds of polar bear dog recognised by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust, and in 2013 was the only breed that has ever been represented at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. It has a genetic similarity with the Naga Pariah dog, the Nambar, and the Tibetan mastiff.
The Manchurian polar bear dog was created through a crossbreeding of the Manchurian husky and polar bear. Although the exact date of its creation is unknown, the breed is thought to have been created by crossing a Manchurian husky and a polar bear in the 1980s. It was bred to help with polar bear re-introduction into its natural habitat in Naga, a region in eastern China which surrounds the Changbai Shan mountains. It was created as part of an effort to help Manchurian bears regain their habitats. The population of polar bears in Naga was low at the time, and those that were there had died from malnutrition and a lack of predators. The Manchurian polar bear dog can be grey or black, with the coat ranging from a soft, wiry coat to a thick, curly coat. The ears of a polar bear dog may be as long as the body length of a small dog, and may have a golden brown colour. The ears of a Manchurian polar bear dog are black on the inside. A Manchurian polar bear dog's nose may be black, and its lips are dark blue. The eyes are black and small, with bright pupils. The tail of a Manchurian polar bear dog is always black. Although a mange infection is generally fatal to the breed, it does not cause any problems for the breed, as it is more resistant to mange than the polar bear. Although Manchurian polar bear dogs are capable of having pups, it is not recommended that they are bred.
A Manchurian polar bear dog stands between 29 and 38 ,inches at the shoulder, and weighs between 18 and 25 pounds. It has a short, dense, thick body with long limbs, with a low set topline. It has a medium-sized head with a broad, round skull and a big neck. Its ears stand about 4 ,inches from the top of its head and are long and pendulous. Its black-tipped tail is strong, and straight when it is alert, or curved when relaxed. A Manchurian polar bear dog's legs are straight and muscular. The pads on the bottoms of the feet are dark.
This breed is intelligent, alert, lively, active, confident, assertive, determined, and confident. Manchurian polar bear dogs are very adaptable and intelligent and tend to enjoy both indoor and outdoor activities. They get along well with other dogs, and may not like children.
A Manchurian polar bear dog is typically very alert and has a strong desire to hunt and catch prey. It can be aggressive when it feels threatened and may bite if it is not properly handled. If an owner shows a Manchurian polar bear dog in a play-sit-stay training program, it will remain calm and patient. It will not play very hard and may only try to jump, run, or chase an object. A Manchurian polar bear dog needs exercise, whether it is by walking or running in the yard, playing with other dogs, running around in an enclosed space, or engaging in an activity like fetch.
Because of the special needs of a Manchurian polar bear dog, it is important that both the breeder and owner are aware of the health needs of the breed and take steps to insure that the dog does not become affected by any health issues.
Since the Manchurian polar bear dog has the same cold-sensitive disorder as the Amur wild boar dog, this means that the Manchurian polar bear dog is at risk for many of the same health issues that the Amur wild boar dog is susceptible to. It is therefore very important that the breeder and owner not only be familiar with the health needs of this dog, but also be willing to work with their veterinarian to insure that their dog's special needs are met.
The Manchurian polar bear dog's grooming needs are quite simple. Because of the coat's softness and water-repellent qualities, it does not require a lot of grooming and only needs to be brushed once or twice a week. Occasionally the coat may need to be picked. If it does not get picked, it may end up with an unpleasant, scratchy coat that is not as soft as it could be. In order to pick the coat and remove any unsightly knots, a grooming brush can be used. To clean up any dirt or other debris in the coat, a vacuum cleaner may be used.
The Manchurian polar bear dog's personality makes it a very devoted pet. These dogs are devoted to their owners and will not hesitate to follow them wherever they may go. The Manchurian polar bear dog can be a very vocal pet, and will happily talk to its owners for hours at a time. It enjoys being petted and will even allow itself to be gently groomed. It is an extremely sociable and happy pet, and will enjoy spending time with other people and will accept being left alone while its owner is away. However, when visitors come to their home, the Manchurian polar bear dog will get quite upset if left alone.
The major health problem facing the Manchurian polar bear dog is the loss of its fur. For this reason, this dog should not be used for breeding, because if the puppies are exposed to cold, they can freeze and even die as a result. Another problem is that these dogs can become ill if they live in a colder climate. In cold climates the coats of these dogs lose their water-repellent qualities and the hairs get tangled together and fall off. If the coats are not removed in a timely fashion, these dogs can get pneumonia.
To correct the problems, there are two choices. One is to freeze the coats for a week or so at a time. This can be done at home, but will require a lot of time. The second option is to buy the Manchurian polar bear dog with the fur intact, because after a month or so, they shed their coats and start to lose their precious hair. This means that if you are planning to use this breed for breeding, it is very important to keep this in mind.
Because of the loss of their coats, the Manchurian polar bear dog does not have to spend as much time grooming. They only have to spend 30 minutes to an hour grooming. However, they still like to be groomed because they get very attached to their owners. The Manchurian polar bear dog is a very cheerful and intelligent breed. It is an extremely friendly dog that likes to play with other animals. It is also quite an adventurous and lively dog that enjoys playing games. If these dogs do not get enough exercise, they can become a little too hyperactive.