Favorite Food: Dried Chicken Strips from Sam's Club
Favorite Walk: The park for squirrels
Best Tricks: She give you both paws when asked
Arrival Story: Nola came into our lives after we lost Annie our 10 1/2 year old Anatolian. She has filled the empty space ten times over! Since Nola seemed a little lonely after coming from such a large litter, she got a new brother-Buckley-a few months ago. He is a long haired Anatolian Shepherd. She loves him very much and has lots of fun wrestling in the backyard and in the livingroom! She even has to give him a little kiss once in a while:)
Bio: She comes from a small town Twin Lake outside Muskegon Michigan from a breeder named Sigrid woh owns Sahin Anatolians. Nola's mother and father are both champions and many of her brothers and sisters are well on their way. Anatolians are the national breed in Turkey and are used to guard the sheep from predators. They have to have killed a wolf by the time they are a year old or are considered "no good". They are a wonderful natural family guardian that loves children-the smaller the better ( to kiss and lick, not to eat). Anatolians are very protective of their families and property which is as far as their eyes can see. They are very intelligent and learn commands after one training session, but are also very independent. Life with an Anatolian is very interesting and exciting. It is just like having another person around which makes you tend to forget this beautiful creature is a dog!