The Ancient English sheepdog was a gentle, big, heavy dog who had to get a certain amount of exercise every day. His coat is very rich, so we need to take care of him regularly. We also need to give him a facial and bath regularly. The breeder must have a certain economic ability and time.
We should give dogs about 500 grams of meat everyday feed, and then give dogs to add cereal or rice noodles, corn flour, and the same amount of vegetarian feed. Meat for dogs should be cooked first, cut into small pieces, then mixed with a small amount of water and vegetable feed (cooked) after feeding. The food we give our dogs must be fresh and hygienic. We also need to provide dogs with a proper balance of protein, carbohydrates, sugars, fats, vitamins, and minerals. Their mineral needs are based on what they ingested in their ancient living environment and are determined by their ancestral genes.
Our Old English Sheepdogs should not have any odor or secretions in their ears. The inside of its ears should be white. But some dark dogs may have dark inner ears, so we should turn the dog's ears over. It should be clean, and sometimes the ear will have some dirt, debris, or parasites, such as ticks, that sometimes enter the ear. These things should be disposed of carefully. If your dog has floppy ears, check every day.
The Old English Sheepdog is very willing to help the owner, we can start from the simplest let it send things to exercise the dog, to see if it can accurately send items, and then reasonable increase the difficulty. For example, we could have the dog try to bring the slippers to us on our way home.
If an Old English Sheepdog puppy first comes into a new strange environment, it will not adapt to and overreact, resistance to decline, if this time to give it a bath, it will be easy to get sick. If the dog smell is really unbearable, you can use a wet towel or dry cleaning powder to wipe, be sure to pay attention to keep warm, until it and you get familiar with the new environment, then a large-scale bath.