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  • "Probably descended from the Roman Molossus, this breed is considered to be native to the region of Entlebuch in the Canton of Lucerne, in Switzerland.... The Entlebucher is highly regarded as a strict guardian of the herd, especially in mountainous regions. It is an energetic defender of stable, hut, and house. It is one of a group of herd dogs known as "milkmen," since even today they are used to transport cans of milk and mountain cheese from stables to shops." (Simon & Schuster's Guide to Dogs, 1980) "I wonder what mountain cheese tastes like." (Chained_Bear, 2007)

    February 21, 2007