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During World War I, Americans weren’t the biggest fans of Germany, so the AKC renamed the breed Shepherd Dog. Similarly, the English started calling them Alsatian Wolf Dogs. Nowadays, many Europeans still call the breed Alsatians.

A few kennels breeding their ancestors, the St. John's water dog , were in England. At the same time, a combination of the sheep protection policy in Newfoundland and rabies quarantine in the United Kingdom, led to the gradual demise of the St. John's water dog in Canada. [12]


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