Beauceron

The Beauceron is not a dog of extremes, but is a solid, balanced dog as befitting a true multipurpose dog ready to do a long day’s work. This breed’s body is powerful yet agile, jaws are strong, and gait is fluid, effortless, and ground covering. The head is not held high when moving, but is lowered to the level of the back, as is typical of herding dogs. The Beauceron’s outer coat is straight, dense, and coarse, of medium length; this, combined with a dense undercoat, offers weather-resistant protection. An unusual trait is the presence of double dewclaws on the hindlegs, which seem to be a French tradition for herding and flock dogs. Although they serve no function, they were perhaps at one time associated with the best herders, and are now a breed trademark.
Will
Will
Beauceron
Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey
Apollo A190355
Apollo A190355
Beauceron
Plano, Texas
EEYORE
EEYORE
Beauceron
Locust Fork, Alabama
Domino* A189256
Domino* A189256
Beauceron
Plano, Texas
SCOOBY
SCOOBY
Beauceron
Tallahassee, Florida
Zeno
Zeno
Beauceron
Hackett, Arkansas
Atlanta
Atlanta
Beauceron
Mission, Texas
JORDA
JORDA
Beauceron
Dallas, Texas
Bentley
Bentley
Beauceron
Muldrow, Oklahoma
BEAUX
BEAUX
Beauceron
Texas City, Texas
Pear
Pear
Beauceron
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Orange
Orange
Beauceron
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Raspberry
Raspberry
Beauceron
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Toro
Toro
Beauceron
Poplar Grove, Illinois
April
April
Beauceron
Cedar Crest, New Mexico
Rambo
Rambo
Beauceron
Rosenberg, Texas
Maddie
Maddie
Beauceron
Mission, Texas
22-049 Available 4-11-22
22-049 Available 4-11-22
Beauceron
Array, Array
Bearnadette
Bearnadette
Beauceron
Muskegon, Michigan
Kylie
Beauceron
San Diego, California
Emie
Emie
Beauceron
Latta, South Carolina