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Here we will discuss history of this breed, common issues related to CAS and other large breeds, training methods, etc. We will also discuss our philosophy.

It is always a work in progress. Check back frequently for more.


MORE INFORMATION ABOUT US AND OUR PROGRAM
We are often asked additional details about us and our program so we would like to share some of the answers with everyone. Read more here...


OPTIMIZING OUR PUPPIES' GENETIC POTENTIAL
With the puppies recently born (check out litter B here), I figured I should let you guys know what we do here at Grand Central Asians to help the puppies reach their genetic potential. Read more...


PRICING

Below you can find a very interesting article on pricing. Tempted to get a $200 dog? Think twice. Read more...


IMPORTING

WHY DO WE IMPORT

IMPORTING: Some of you have asked: why do you import your dogs? I would like to address it VERY BRIEFLY (as I know human attention span is very short). I am happy to elaborate if asked. Read more...


BREED INTRODUCTION: WHAT TO EXPECT?

So you think you want a Central Asian Shepherd dog? Let me attempt to describe what you may expect if you chose to own one. Read more...


ADDRESSING MISCONCEPTIONS. PART I: CAS ARE PERIMETER/TERRITORY GUARDIANS

This blog addresses common thought about CAS being perimeter guardians. It takes you through information cited by a number of sources leading up to a final conclusion. Read more..



ADDRESSING MISCONCEPTIONS PART 2: TEMPERAMENT
There seem to be some misunderstanding in terms of the temperament of a Central Asian Shepherd dog. Some people seem to believe that CAS are aggressive, nearly impossible to manage dogs that are out of control and out there to get the predator (either four or two legged). On the flip side of the misconception, is that CAS are friendly and cuddly. Neither one is correct in its entirety. Read more...


SOCIALIZING YOUR DOG

Socializing your dog, especially your new CAS is critical. You want to make sure that your CAS is as familiar and comfortable with as many different things as possible. Why, you might ask. Read more...

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