Entlebucher Mountain Dog
Named for the Swiss town of Entlebuch, the Entlebucher Mountain Dog breed is a descendant of ancient Roman working mastiffs.
Entlebucher Mountain Dogs have muscular, medium-sized frames covered in short, glossy coats that are usually black & white with rust-colored patches in-between the black and white. They have broad, flat heads with tapered muzzles, hanging ears, and small, dark eyes. Their thick tails are usually carried horizontal or hang low.
The Entlebucher Mountain Dog can live as long as 12 years.