Wilbur

Wilbur

Wilbur

Wilbur is a Courtesy Listing* Please contact lotsadogsrescue1@gmail.com  for more information.

 

Hi, I’m Wilbur the big puppy dog. I’m a ONE year old Beauceron. Sometimes people see me and think I’m sooo scary because of the way I look, but I’m such a happy and friendly guy. When Len, Nicole and Kyla (that’s my foster dad, my foster sister and my sister from another mother) picked me up, I just jumped into the van and licked Nicole right on the face. I love to lick (faces, toes, fingers, ears…you get the picture). Wilbur is located in Ontario, Canada. 

 

*What is a courtesy listing? Courtesy listings mean the dog does NOT belong to the American Beauceron Club Rescue, it means they are still with their owners or breeder, and not in danger. ABCR will put potential interested parties in contact with the dog’s guardian. We do not help sell dogs or puppies. A reasonable rehoming fee usually applies (often the cost of vaccinations and altering is considered a reasonable rehoming fee.) Because these dogs do not belong to the American Beauceron Club we often have limited information about them. Again, please contact us so we can connect you with the dog’s current owner/breeder/guardian.

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    • Peter Rivers on December 28, 2018 at 9:44 pm
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    Hello, I was wondering if he was still available? I’ve had a female French Beauceron and loved her. Let me know please.

    Peter

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 9:16 am
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      Please reach out to our head of rescue and you can also fill out an application here.

    • Vicky on October 30, 2018 at 12:26 pm
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    Hi there !
    We adopted the handsome Wilbur in may 2018 and renamed him Harley .
    He is a wonderful dog that amaze us everyday with his intelligence and gentleness.
    He is, without a doubt, a very high-energy dog with a strong herding instinct can lead him to « herd » my son sometimes, but it is always done without any malicious intent .
    Harley made us learn a lot about the « Beauceron » dog breed and made us fall in love with those herding gentle giants .

    I would recommend these dogs to anyone who owns enough land for these dogs to run and roam and spend all their crazy energy.
    As i always says; an exercised beauceron is a happy beauceron !
    And lots of exercises on a daily basis is the key in order to have a calm and nice-behaved beauceron inside the house.
    They are a wonderful companion and the perfect addition to any family that enjoy outdoors activities.
    Harley warms our hearts everyday and we are so thankful to have find him and that wonderful dog breed !
    The Laurents family 🙂

    • Peter on August 3, 2018 at 11:00 am
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    Hello I live in Windsor ont and have had a pure bread female that I just had to put down after 12 years. I current have a 10 year old king sheapard now. Please contact me if this is still available thanks
    Peter

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 9:31 am
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      Wilbur has been adopted. Thank you for your interest! We have several dogs still available. I’d highly encourage you to go check them out.

    • Christopher dabney on June 15, 2018 at 11:32 pm
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    I’m very interested in Wilbur my American rottwieler was stolen from my yard at my last home 2 months ago and I’m heart broken over it and I’m trying to find a new dog to fill the void and after I got ceasar I found out about this breed and I’d love to get one

      • Webmaster
      • on January 7, 2019 at 9:33 am
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      Wilbur has found his forever home! We do have several dogs still available and I highly encourage you to check them out.

    • Alyssa Glasscock on May 26, 2018 at 4:29 pm
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    I have recently adopted a year and half old pup. She was sadly kept in a pen much too small with two others, one her littermate and one the mother. The owner never named any but the mother but couldn’t even tell them apart. She is friendly and welcoming to other dogs but terrified of people and nearly everything. Other than lots of love and patience is there anything specific or pointers to help her acclimate? We keep her close at all times and try and give constant attention. She’s only every really lax when playing with our doberman. Admittedly I had never heard of this breed until I happened across her and I just couldn’t leave her behind. Any suggestions and resources would be greatly appreciated.

      • Webmaster
      • on January 7, 2019 at 9:34 am
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      Alyssa, I’d highly encourage you to reach out to our breed education committee through our Contact Us page.

    • Bev Wagner on May 5, 2018 at 10:30 am
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    I am interested in Wilbur and was just drawn to him. If he is still available, Please contact me. I have had experience with Briards, Bouviers, and lots of experience with German Shepherds. I am not showing or breeding but would like to do work with this breed. Mostly, he would be my best friend. I have Vet reference and many others. Thanks.

    • Jeremy Brown on March 5, 2018 at 2:36 pm
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    Please let me know if this young man needs a home. I just lost my best friend and I am ready for my next.

    1. Hi Jeremy!

      Thanks for your interest! If you are looking for a new friend, we encourage you to fill out the Application (Our Dogs / Rescue a Beauceron), which will send your information directly to our rescue coordinator!

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