Our Anatolian Shepherd had her second litter on Thursday, March 18th 2010. She had seven.
This is them at one week and one day of age. Aren't they adorable? ^_^
The Anatolian Shepherd originated from Turkey where they were, and still are, goat and sheep herders. They're quite independant and intelligent, so don't expect them to play fetch.
They're also really big. The females can get to be around ninety pounds, while the males can easily reach one-nundred and fifty pounds.
They're outside dogs usually, and they like to roam around to patrol what they see as their territory, but our neighbors don't mind since they've been keeping the coyotes away for years.
That's not to say that they wouldn't make good pets. In the litter that we had last year(technically two years ago, they were born on New Years Eve), one of the pups went to a family as an indoor/outdoor pet. Just remember that this breed needs plenty of affection and exercise.