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American Alsatian Dog Breeds
Originally developed in 1987 first as the North American Shepalute and then as the Alsatian Shepalute, this dog, created in America, officially became known as the American Alsation in 2010. Developed specifically as a family companion and therapy dog, this breed is comprised of the Alaskan Malamute, the German Shepherd Dog, the Pyrenean Mountain Dog, the Anatolian Shepherd and the English Mastiff. The American Alsation is said to excel as both a companion dog and a service dog. As such, it is said to be the only large breed of dog to be specifically bred for the purpose of companionship. If you have an American Alsation and would be happy for your dog to feature on Dogipedia, please send us a photo using the form on the right.