Category: Breed Standard

Comments on the Beauceron Standard

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  The following are comments written by M. Maurice Hermel for the FCI Standard #44 published on 10/25/06. They were approved by the Club des Amis du Beauceron (CAB) board at the Nationale d’ Elevage. M. Hermel is the head of CAB’s Judges Committee (in charge of educating aspiring judges) and was the conformation judge …

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Breed Standard (France)

This information is provided by “Les Amis du Beauceron.” the French breed club.  It can be found on their web site in both French and English. The Berger de Beauce, also called Beauceron or “Bas Rouge” (red stocking) is a dog of harmonious proportions, strong, with short coat. Height is about, 65 to 70 cm …

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Breed Standard (U. S.)

General Appearance The Beauceron is an old and distinct French breed of herding dog, developed solely in France with no foreign crosses. Dogs were bred and selected for their aptitude to herd and guard large flocks of sheep as well as for their structure and endurance. Beaucerons were used to move herds of 200 to …

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The Question of Color

By Claudia Batson for the AKC Gazette One Beauceron but two colors. Today’s classic Beauceron (Berger de Beauce) is black with red-squirrel-colored markings. The other color, which is gaining favor, is the harlequin. Its coat is gray, black and rust. If we were to investigate the history of the Berger de Beauce, we would find …

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