An article from tobet.kz esplaind the breading, feeding and caring for dogs in Kazakhstan. The dogs that many of MD readers will be interested in is called the Tobet (aka Central Asian Ovchaka).
How love and integrity breeds good dogs (Central Asian Shepherd) by Holly Kellum, Epoch Times
This article is taken from a forum post made in the Caucasian Ovcharka thread. It is worthy of being made permanent into an article. So here it is.
A dossier of the Caucasian Shepherd Dog written in an Italian dog magazine.
What to know before buying or adopting a Central Asian Shepherd Dog
Caucasian Shepherd FCI Standard (Kavkazskaïa Ovtcharka)
Developed in Germany in the 1950's, the Eurasier is said to be a result of crossing the Chow Chow with a Samoyed
It is believed that the ancient Central Asian dogs are the ancestors of all breeds.
One of the Troika of "Russian" guarding breeds, the Caucasian rains as top dog
When the legendary Caucasian Ovcharka started getting popular in Russia and Europe in the mid-20th century, it's northern cousin, the Severno-Kavkaski Volkodav remained a closely guarded secret
Considered to be the real Caucasian Ovcharka or at least its key progenitor by its fanciers, the Tushetian Nagazi is an ancient working breed from Georgia. Although the best representatives of the Caucasian Shepherd are said to come from Georgia, the…