Entlebucher Mountain Dog Breed
- Males – 16 to 21 inches at the shoulders, Females – 15 to 20 inches
- 45 to 65 pounds
- Tricolor or black and tan with white markings
- Herding, Agility, Obedience, Carting, Search and Rescue, Tracking, Conformation
Swiss farmers used the strong, compact Entlebucher Mountain Dog to herd cattle from pasture to pasture. Named after the village of Entlebuch where he originated, this high-energy, intelligent breed learns quickly. Loyal and protective, he most enjoys being close to his family. The Entlebucher requires ample exercise and does best when given a job to do. His smooth, shiny coat needs minimal grooming.
Did you know The Entlebucher Mountain Dog is the smallest of the four Swiss Mountain Dogs, which also include the Appenzeller Sennenhund, Bernese Mountain Dog and Greater Swiss Mountain Dog. The Entlebucher Mountain Dog is also known as the Entlebucher Sennenhund and Entlebucher Cattle Dog.