It seems that it's always the most unassuming and often cuddly looking dog breeds that tend to have the most storied and interesting histories; according to the American Kennel Club, the ancient ancestors of Polish Lowland Sheepdogs used to serve as herding dogs for members of the Hun tribe of the 4th and 5th centuries. Moreover, Polish Lowland Sheepdogs nearly became extinct during World War 2 as Germany's invasion of Poland left many of these dogs without families to care for them or breeders to increase their numbers. Despite all of this, however, Polish Lowland Sheepdogs always seem to have a sunny outlook towards life and have a knack for protecting other animals and people. The unique history and amicability of the Polish Lowland Sheepdog have influenced the types of activities that these dogs enjoy trying out. If you're thinking about adopting a Polish Lowland Sheepdog, or are currently caring for one, here are a few activities you can try out with this breed.
In all the ways that we can help Polish Lowland Sheepdogs learn and grow, there are quite a few things that we ought to take from these canines; despite all of the things that their breed has collectively endured, Polish Lowland Sheepdogs always seem to have a never say die attitude and are outright protective of others. They can learn to be great family pets, herding dogs and guard dogs once their natural instincts have been honed and refined to a certain point. They make ideal companions for most people, so long as they're willing to groom this dog's long coat on a regular basis and live in an area with enough space to keep a member of this breed from feeling claustrophobic.