Intimidating dog names

Hunting Deer: Before this piece was drawn, the natives hunted for subsistence, calling the act "stepping onto the grass".

Taiwanese aborigines used 5-6 Formosan dogs to circle a wild boar, and each dog would work to wound the boar.

They would release their bite once they had attacked it and wait for the next attack again and again until the boar was exhausted enough for their master to move in for the final kill.

There are two small types of the Formosan Mountain Dog; one is about 40 centimetres (16 in) tall at the shoulder, and the other is around 30 centimetres (12 in).

However, the latter one was not found during the research conducted by Dr. The medium type of the Formosan Mountain Dog has a shoulder height under 50 centimetres (20 in), with a firm and fit body, slim waist, big chest, and half-covered ears.

Dutch, Spanish, and Han Colonization in the 17th century with sketch of the "Flying Dog." Many Dutchmen kept dogs to help in the hunt.

Detail from "Landdag Ceremony on Taiwan", drawing by Caspar Schmalkalden in 1652.Once bonded, they are extremely loyal and affectionate to their owners.Due to the breed's alertness, these dogs can make great guard dogs; if not well-trained, the Formosan can become overly protective and aggressive toward strangers.There are four catastrophic events described by Dr.Sung Yung-yi that have been critical in the development of the Formosan Mountain Dog: the Dutch settlement of Formosa, the Japanese rule, World War II, and the Kuomintang era.Unlike Rottweilers and German Shepherds, Formosan dogs do not hold their bite on their target.

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