The Moscow Watchdog is muscular, big-boned but not clumsy dog. It is a crossbreed of the Caucasian Ovtcharka with its watchful and assertive traits, and the Saint Bernard for its size. This dog is well developed, muscularly and mentally. Its temperament is fine if brought up properly. No dogs are known outside Russia.
Always red and white.
The coat is thick with fringing and of moderate length. Brush with a firm bristle brush. Bathe or dry shampoo when necessary. This breed is an average shedder.
Generally a healthy breed.
This breed is well developed in body and mind. It makes a good companion and watchdog. The Moscow Watchdog is intelligent and can be trained as a seeing eye dog. If properly reared it is fine in temperament. This breed is a suitable choice for owners who have the space to keep it. This dog requires an experienced owner and firm obedience training.
The Moscow Watchdog is not recommended for apartment life; it needs space and room to move and a lot of regular exercise.