The Polish Lowland Sheepdog was bred in the 13th century. specially for grazing and guarding sheep and cattle. This breed practically disappeared during the Second World War. Due to the hostilities, only two males and one female survived. These three individuals have restored the ancient Polish breed. The Polish Lowland dog is a rarity outside of Eastern Europe.
The Polish Lowland Sheepdog is a compact, strong, muscular and lithe dog of medium size. She is independent, intelligent and alert.
The Polish Lowland Sheepdog is not recommended for beginner breeders, because she needs a strong, strong-willed and self-confident owner. This breed is aggressive with dogs of the same gender and is not suitable for families with cats or other small pets. The Lowland Sheepdog is a working dog that cannot be used as a pet. Idleness makes this dog uncontrollable. The Polish Lowland dog jealously defends its family and territory from suspicious strangers. She gets along well with the children she grew up with. This breed is not recommended for pedantic owners, since a lot of debris and dirt always gets stuck in the coat of the Polish Lowland Shepherd Dog.
Wool and care
The Polish Lowland Sheepdog has a double coat. The outer layer is long, straight and shaggy; and the undercoat is thick and soft. This breed sheds moderately. This dog should be brushed daily to prevent tangling and felting. Wash this dog if necessary. This breed is distinguished by excellent health. The Polish Lowland dog feels best in countries with cool climates.
The Polish Lowland Sheepdog needs early socialization and early obedience training. This dog is independent, intelligent and has a tendency to dominate, therefore its trainer must be fair and consistent.
The Polish Lowland Sheepdog cannot be kept in an apartment or owned by a sedentary owner. This breed needs great physical and intellectual exertion, so it is perfect for a country house with a large fenced yard or a farm where this dog can do his job. This dog loves running with his owner and playing with his family. She makes great strides in various canine sports.