Category: Judge Education

Feb 14 2018

Anatomical Terminology

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Feb 14 2018

Evaluating White on the Beauceron Chest

  “How should I judge the white spot? Is it the area created by fur or should I judge skin pigmentation?” I have been approached by several judges lately, who have voiced concerns about how they should evaluate white on the breed’s forechest. There has also been some social media discussion on the subject. First, …

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Feb 12 2018

Emphasis – from a Judge’s Perspective

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By Alain Thevenon, Multiple French National Specialty CAB judge The standard describes the distinctive features specific to the Beauceron. But one must be able to comprehend the “whole” dog because each individual trait put together does not constitute general breed type. The Beauceron is a rustic breed, “in the raw” as you would say. He …

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Jan 29 2018

Judge Education Seminars

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The American Beauceron Club presents Judges’ Education and Breed Seminars for Judges’ Groups and Kennel Clubs across the United States. If you are interested in offering a seminar on the Beauceron at your next Judges’ Study Group or would like to add a presentation to one of your Breed Workshops, please contact our Judges Education …

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Oct 25 2006

Breed Standard (France)

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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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Aug 08 2006

Breed Standard (U. S.)

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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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