Beauceron - Pawsource



The Beauceron is a dog breed that originated in France. The breed originated in the region of Beauce, in central France. Beaucerons were traditionally used as herding dogs, driving livestock to market and protecting the herds from predators.

The Beauceron has a history dating back to the 16th century and was quickly recognized as a breed in the 1800's. During World War I, Beaucerons served as message and rescue dogs. Today, Beaucerons are still used as herding dogs and guard dogs.


Beaucerons are large, strong dogs known for their protective instincts and devotion to their owner. They are loyal and true to their family and are known to be excellent watchdogs. They are highly intelligent and trainable, making them suitable for both domestic and professional purposes.

Because of their herding origins, Beaucerons have a lot of energy and need plenty of exercise to stay healthy and happy. They get along well with children and other pets, but can be reserved around strangers. It is therefore important to properly socialize and train them from a young age.


As with all dog breeds, it is important to pay attention to the health of Beaucerons. Beaucerons have an average lifespan of about 10 to 12 years. Some common health problems in Beaucerons include hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, and eye problems.

To ensure your Beauceron stays healthy, it's important to schedule regular vet checkups and feed the dog a balanced diet. It is also important to give them plenty of exercise and provide a safe environment to prevent accidents.


Beaucerons have a double coat, which consists of a thick, dense undercoat and a harsher outer coat. They shed moderately and require regular brushing to remove loose hair and keep their coat healthy and shiny. It's also important to keep their ears clean and their nails trimmed as needed.

Beaucerons have a lot of energy and need to be given plenty of exercise to stay happy. Long walks, active games and regular exercise sessions are all important to keep them both physically and mentally stimulated. A properly trained Beauceron can even be used as a guard dog or police dog.

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