Get to know the Aidi
All you need to know about the breed
Healthy and hardy are super aspects to look for in any breed and the endearing Aidi embodies both. The breed comes from the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, a rugged range lying in Northwest Africa. Although little known on the western side of the Atlantic, the medium-sized Aidi dog enjoys a solid reputation in their home country and remains a fan favorite.
The Aidi’s bushy tail and fluffy coat are just some of their upsides, not to mention a slight yet strong build and an always-doting face. The Aidi temperament is a fabulous one, too: With a heritage as a guardian dog, their favorite pastime still seems to be keeping watch over their people. They are a furry BFF, for sure.
That said, the Aidi breed has a huge level of intelligence and confidence, along with an independent side. Time in the mountains by themselves developed their capabilities well. They’re keenly alert, a winning trait whether out in the field or signaling the arrival of the delivery person.
Robust health is a part of the package for the Aidi as well, who is not known to suffer from any one malady in particular. Look out though for problems with hips and elbows, a common ailment with very active dogs like the Aidi. Overuse can at times take its toll on a dog’s joints.
When it comes to fitting into the family, this super breed is high on the list since they get along with humans and non-human members of the household as well.
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Things to look out for
From specific breed traits to a general health overview, here are some interesting facts about your Aidi
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