Dog Breed Group: Working Dog
Life Span: 10-12 years
Weight: 70-110 pounds
Height: 25.5-27.5 inches (male), 24-26.5 inches (female)
Origin of Name: The Beauceron is a herding dog breed originating from the plains of Central France.
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The Beausaran, also known as the Berger de Beauz or Bass Rouge, is a French shepherd dog whose name is derived from a vast agricultural area southwest of Paris.
Since its development at the end of the Middle Ages, Beausaran has played many roles: soldier, bodyguard, rescue team, competitor, companion, clown, and livestock peer. Along the way, the breed has won hearts on both sides of the Atlantic, as much for its enduring personality for its multidisciplinary working ability.
Two groups of French Shepherd dogs identified in the 19th century are the names Beausaron and Briard. At a dog show held at the 1863 Universal Exposition in Paris, the dogs were identified as bussarones: straight ears, black with rust marks and a wolf-like construction. Unlike the modern type, he had a narrow muzzle and a thick coat.
Leading authorities were called in 1896 to classify French shepherd dogs. The small-coat dogs were named Beusarone; The long-haired one was called Bird. In 1922, the French Breed Club, Club des Amis du Beausaran, was founded.
The Beausaran is a dog of great power but also of great sensitivity. It is an upright breed that, unlike such herds as the Australian shepherd, does extensive work of the herd or herd, working close to its accusations. The BCorson approach to herring is calm and serene; They can work in sheep without moving them. This versatile and whip-smart breed also has a history of military and police K-9 work. They were particularly useful in the trench warfare of the First World War. The British War Museum has a picture of a bayouran leaping into a ditch - a French dog used by Germans to sneak into the British line.
Along the way, Bacunston was discovered by the dog-loving French public, among them Sedoni-Gabrielle Collette (1873–1954), known to generations of readers worldwide as Coily. He wrote that his Beauceron was "one of those rare companions who keep quiet at the right time, respect our work and our sleep, howl for our own tears, and a bitter in the face of anything-kissing." Close your eyes with a conscience hug a lover, a child - that deprives them of our fickle human friendship.