Lethe is a 4 year old Armenian Gampr. Her coat is medium-long and thick. I take her for grooming and she has been shaved during the summer the past couple years so she isn’t overheated. Lethe is low energy housebroken and has free range of the house. She doesn’t raid trash cans or chew up anything that hasn’t been provided to her - treats and food. Once she is trained to the property Lethe will remain within the area that you have shown her. She is extremely playful loving and happy to cuddle as long as you will allow it. She needs a home with no other large dogs but has never had an issue with small dogs. Lethe has not been exposed to cats; however does have experience with rabbits chickens goats and other small prey animals. She is also good with children. Lethe is healthy and up to date on all her records. They will be provided to her new owner
About Armenian Gampr
Armenian Gampr is a large, powerful dog breed that originated in Armenia. They are also known as Armenian wolfhounds or Armenian shepherds and were historically used as livestock guardians and protectors.
Armenian Gamprs are highly intelligent, loyal, and courageous dogs, and they have a natural instinct to protect their owners and property. They are also very independent and can be stubborn at times, so early socialization and training are crucial.
These dogs are known for their muscular build, with a broad chest and strong legs, and their thick, coarse fur that comes in a variety of colors, including black, gray, and red. They have a deep bark that can be intimidating, making them excellent guard dogs.
Armenian Gamprs are a rare breed outside of Armenia, and they require a lot of exercise and space to roam. They make great companions for experienced dog owners who are willing to put in the time and effort to train and socialize them properly.