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All About Beauceron
Group: Herding Dogs
Also Known As:
Beauce Shepherd, Bas Rouge (Red Stocking), Berger
de Beauce and French Shorthaired Shepherd.
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The country of origin of
the breed is France. The Beauceron dogs originally
came from Brie region of France. The other
dog that came from the same region had already
had the name Briard, hence, the name Beauce
was chosen for the dog. Though quite different
in appearance yet both the Briard and the
Beauce breeds have been known to stem from
similar ancestral stock.
At one time the dogs were
used in France to hunt down wild boar. A Renaissance
manuscript of 1578 provides the earliest record
of what is believed to be a Beauceron. In
World War I and World War II the dogs were
used to serve as messengers, supply carriers
and mine detectors.
The dog was shown in the first
canine Exposition in Paris in 1863. In 1897 the
first Shepherd Dog club was formed that included
both the Beauceron and the Briard and in 1911 a
separate club for the Beauceron was set up. Now
the Beauceron is used as a herder and guard dog
and is regarded as a serious working dog. The French
police and army also make use of it. However, the
breed is gaining popularity as a family watchdog
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The Beauceron has got a strong
and athletic body. It is large but not heavy. There
is the presence of a double dewclaw on the hind
legs that makes six toes per rear foot. The ears
of the dogs are generally cropped to stand erect.
Naturally, the ears are half-pricked with a third
of the ear remaining erect. The tail of the dog
is fringed and it reaches the hocks and perhaps
even beyond. It is carried low in the shape of a
Two kinds of coat colorings can
be observed. In the first type there are: black-and-tan
with specific tan markings, two ‘lozenges’
above eyes, tan at bottom of upper lip and throat,
two tan spots on the breast, tan on bottom of each
leg and a tan marking in the shape of a lyre under
In the second type there is harlequin
with patches of gray, black and tan coat. The distribution
of the tan over the body is similar as in the black-and-tan
variety only with more black than gray and without
any white. It is because of the markings on their
legs that the Beauceron dog is also referred to
as Bas Rouge (Red Stocking). The outer coat of the
dog is harsh and lined with a wooly and fluffy undercoat
that ensures thermal insulation. The eyes of the
dog are dark- having a horse chestnut color.
24 and 28 inches.
Weights of the dogs usually lie between 66 and
85 pounds. However, weights of some dogs may go
up to 110 pounds too.
The Beauceron is an intelligent
dog. It is friendly and calm and protective of children.
It is a perfect dog for being kept in an apartment.
It is less active inside the home and more active
outdoors. The dog is faithful, vigilant and patient.
It has an aptitude for obedience training. It has
the wonderful ability of understanding its owner’s
wish and act accordingly.
The Beauceron makes an excellent
guard dog. It is an instinctive herder and tends
to herd everything in sight. The dog is good with
children especially if trained in this regard from
puppy-hood. A proper and thorough from early age
also ensures that it is gets along fine with other
dogs and non-canine pets. It must be remembered
that the dog has a territorial mindset and does
not tolerate any ‘intruders’. The dog
feels happiest when left alone for long periods
and is allowed to workout in wide-open spaces to
its heart’s content.
Given sufficient exercising opportunities
the Beauceron can stay fine in an apartment. Since
the dogs are not very active indoors they need a
large yard to move/run around independently.
The Beauceron needs to exercise
a lot. The dog needs to be given some work always.
It also requires plenty of space in order to express
itself and spend its energy suitably. If compelled
to sit lazily the dog will indulge in all kinds
of vices. They need regular long walks. The dogs
may be set off-leash and allowed to run free and
play in some safe area.
The coat of the Beauceron is easy
to care for and groom. Just occasional grooming
suffices. The dog is an average shedder and more
attention needs to be given towards grooming when
the dog is shedding.
This is usually perceived as a
healthy and hardy breed. However, some lines are
prone to bloat. Like many other dog breeds that
have weights above 40 pounds the Beauceron is also
prone to hip dysplasia. However, 95 percent of breeders
in the US breed only hip certified stock thus keeping
the risk of the disease arising in the dog quite
Life Expectancy: 10-12
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