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Beauceron

Wonderful Dobie like, Hard working dog! (other names: Berger de Beauce)

Beauceron
origin:France
date origin:1600's
life expectancy:10-12
classification:Hearding
height:24 to 27 cm
weight:75 to 110 kg
exercise: Demandingtraining: Reasonableclimate: Temperatein/out: Indoorfeeding: Mediumsize: Large
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History [ edit ]

Although this is a very old breed, dating to the late 16th century, it is rarely known outside of France! It is a cousin of the Briard, and both being French livestock gaurdians. There was no distinction between the two breeds until the 19th Century, when the short haired variety was renamed the Beauceron and the Long haired variety remained the Briard. After the French Revolution, the breeds were used as hearding dogs rather than gaurdians. They have recently gained popularity in other areas of Europe, as well as North America!

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General Appearance [ edit ]

The Beaurceon is a large, solid, and muscular dog, with a rectangular shape. It has a long head, dark eyes, and a black nose. The short ears are set high and are natural drop or cropped erect. It has a deep chest and a natural tail that is hooked at the end. The coat is double, with a dense gray undercoat and a rough shorter outer coat. It is shortest at the head and may be black with rust markings, called bicolor or bas rouge (Red Stockings), or gray, black and rust, called Harlequin.

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Temperament [ edit ]

These are courageous and intelligent dogs that are highly trainable and eager to please. They are devoted to their owners, very versatile, and make excellent workers.

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