Get to know the Beauce Sheep Dog
All you need to know about the breed
At first glance, it’s easy to confuse the dapper Beauce Sheep Dog with other breeds. Doberman? Rottweiler? Malinois? No, just the one-and-only dog raised on the vast stretches of farmland in France to be a trusty working breed and loyal companion. They’re gorgeous and steadfast, a dog who knows their job and their place and are very confident in both.
The Beauce Sheep Dog dates to the Middle Ages and has certainly stood the test of time for their many winning characteristics. Those in the fan club know their endless energy and great attitude, particularly in an agricultural background, for which they’re still used. The breed is great with adults and, once trained, children, docile with the family all around.
Be warned: that dense, waterproof double coat dog will be great for the many outings they’ll be thrilled to take but means your Beauce Sheep Dog will head heartily into any body of water along the way.
A regal bearing does not come without its glitches however. The Beauce Sheep Dog is very smart, certainly not a bad trait, but it means they will need consistent and firm training in order to be the best dog they can be.
2 facts about Beauce Sheep Dogs
Things to look out for
From specific breed traits to a general health overview, here are some interesting facts about your Beauce Sheep Dog