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I am translating a text about dogs and need to know how the name of the breed "Bergamasco" should be written in the Italian language. I hesitate between:
- Cane da pastore bergamasco
- Cane da pastore Bergamasco
- Cane da Pastore Bergamasco
Explanation: sono d'accordo con D'Alessandro. Italian does not use capitals to the extent English does. Things are changing, though, under the influence of English, I suppose. On the net you will find all kinds of usages, but in this case I would stick to the manuals: bergamasco is an adjective, so it does not need capitalization.