So the Bohemian Shepherd Dog would have continued to exist in small quantities, known only to a small circle of dog handlers, limited to a small region of the Bohemian Forest if in the post-war years (starting from 1948) a group of dog handlers-enthusiasts had not decided that it was time to declare the existence of the dogs to the whole world. Dog breeders did a lot to revive the breed (after all, a lot of “house” died during the Second World War), but they did not succeed in solving the issue of a single standard, as well as reaching the international level in those years.