Kangal Dog

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  1. cagi

    cagi New Member

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    KANGAL is a TURKISH dog breed. KANGAL is both shepherd and guard dog. KANGAL dog is the most powerful, most beautiful and very clever dog. Its height is about 82-100 cm (32-39 inches) Weight is about 70- 100 kg (154-220 pounds). There is no dog breed in the world that can beat KANGAL in the fight. KANGAL is the most powerful dog breed in the world. Here is some KANGAL dog photos from TURKEY...

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    Barb04 Love my pets Staff Member

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    Love the pics of the Kangals. The guy in the last picture looks like he's about to fall over. Do you own a Kangal? I have an Anatolian.
     
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    I dont quite agree on the statement that "No dog can beat a Kangal in a fight" BUT this isnt a place to discuss the fighting abilities of different breeds nor do I have any desire to. Kangals are awesome dogs IF you can find a real one. Awesome livestock guarders, very loyal to their family but deffinately not a dog for the average person!
     
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    Yes, I have a KANGAL dog and a few KANGAL puppies..I think that KANGAL dogs are an incredible miracle of GOD...

    My e-mail address : yesilvadiler@yahoo.com

    Everyone can write to me..
     
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    I would love to see some pics of the puppies.
     

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