Sapsali puppies for sale

When looking for Sapsali dog puppies for sale, you may find this breed referred to as the Sapsal Gae or the Sapsaree. This breed is popular as a companion dog in their native land of Korea, but is rather rare in other parts of the world. The Sapsali breed originated in Korea and for the purpose of a companion dog and a spiritual healer said to be able to dispel ghosts and evil spirits and still used for these purposes in Korea today. This history of this breed has not been well documented but it is believed this breed can be traced back to the 15th century. Many also debate the ancestry of this breed especially following World War II since some believe today’s modern Sapsaree is not the same breed that was historically present in Korea before World War II. The Sapsaree was designated a national treasure by the Korean Government in 1992 and recognize by both leading Korean dog societies (the Korean Canine Club and the Korean Kennel Club). This breed is not recognized by any kennel club outside of Korea. The Sapsali is a medium-sized breed that is slightly longer than it is tall, has an abundant adult coat, and is often mistaken for a mixed-breed. The Sapsali averages between 19 to 23 inches in height and weighs between 35 and 60 pounds. There ia no known health issue associated with this breed. The coat of the Sapsali is long and abundant and the hair falls over the eyes in the same manner the hair falls over the eyes of the Old English Sheepdog. The coat colors of the Sapsali comes in a variety of colors including solid and/or mixed shades of black, brown, golden yellowish-blonde, reddish-orange, or salt-and-pepper gray. When you see Sapsali dog puppies for sale and make the decision to make a Sapsali a member of your family, you will find this breed to be sweet-tempered, obedient, good-natured, happy, friendly, gentle, protective, loyal, and a great companion. This breed absolutely thrives on a strong and dependable relationship with their owner. The Sapsali does well living in an apartment as long as they receive daily exercise. This breed enjoys spending time outdoors playing or walking with their owner. If this breed does not get enough exercise, or left alone too frequently for long periods of time, the Sapsali may develop behavior issues and destructive behavior. The Sapsali is intelligent and eager to please and easy to train. This breed responds best to positive reward-based training. The Sapsali gets along well with children and makes a sweet and gentle playmate. The Sapsali generally gets along well with other dogs and house pets. The Sapsali is generally a peaceful breed but when protecting their property or family they are merciless giving chase to their aggressor – this breed is considered a very good watch dog and guard dog. When you are looking for Sapsali dog puppies for sale, you will discover locating Sapsali dog puppies for sale a difficult task. This breed is rare in their homeland and relatively unknown outside of their homeland of Korea.