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Beauceron

Originating from the plains of Northern France, where they were used to move sheep herds of 200 to 300 head traveling up to 50 miles per day without showing signs of exhaustion. the Beauceron is an active, althetic breed. Gentle, calm and fearless this is one of the noted breeds from which the Dobermann Pinscher was developed.

Ear cropping, which results in upright or semi-upright ears is no longer permitted in many countries, the natural ear should drop expressively rather than hang flat against the head.

The Beauceron possesses great balance of character. Once it has adopted a master or family, its loyalty will not falter. It must be stressed that the Beauceron is not a dog for everyone and is probably not suitable for a first time dog owner. The Beauceron needs an experienced and disciplined master who has the time, skills and patience required to properly train him. If not properly handled a Beauceron can become quite assertive.

 

Beauceron Size: Large
Height: Dogs: 65-70cm; Bitches: 63-68cm
Coat: Short
Grooming: More than weekly
Exercise: Over 2 hours daily
Ideal Home: Large countryside dwelling
Colours: Black & Tan • Tricolour