Miscellaneous Group

Brie and Max and Nais from Beauceron du Cedarhurst

The Beauceron is a natural herding dog, and they enjoy the challenge of working.  They demand a great deal of vigorous exercise, and are much better off in a setting where they can run free.  They are loyal and protective and make great guard dogs.  Early socialization with children should make them a fine family pet.  Early, firm training will establish the pecking order, and a Beauceron does well with a consistent handler.  If not socialized with other canines the Beauceron will be very territorial.  Minimal brushing is necessary.

Average Height(“‘s)
Average Weight (#’s)
Notes for owners
Medium Minimal Guard Dog.  Lots of exercise.

Relevant Web Sites

AKC Breed Profile

American Beauceron Club

Beauceron Club of Canada

About Beaucerons



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