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Beauceron Pictures

(Berger de Beauce) (Bas Rouge) (Red Stocking) (Beauce Shepherd)

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Balder the Beauceron sitting outside on a driveway with its mouth open and tongue out

Balder the Beauceron at 1 1/2 years old—"Balder is a high energy, goofy, and eager to please dog. He learns all of his tricks in just a few tries, and these include (but are not limited to) waving hello, opening doors, spinning circles, "dying" when "shot" (mock howls of pain included), and jumping through hoops. He has a high herding drive and is scheduled for his first livestock herding classes next month. For as rough and tumble as he can be when playing with adults, he is equally gentle and patient with kids. He regularly stands statue still while my toddler cousin shakes his tags like a rattle. Balder has lived happily in Alaska, Oregon and Nevada. He enjoys playing with his best doggie friend, a Great Dane, running on the beach, eating french fries, schmoozing at the farmers market, chasing coyotes, and playing fetch. He dislikes lettuce. He is an obedient dog, and some of his good habits include only chewing up his own toys, not climbing on the furniture, and waiting for permission before eating food, getting in/out of the car, and going through doorways. A bad habit of his, is that he likes to run up to and bark at dogs that are acting skittish. Balder gets at least one walk every day (usually more) and is usually out for a total of between one and five hours a day. If there is a series of one-hour-walk days, he gets a bit stir crazy. I live in an apartment, and with enough exercise, he is just fine. he is quiet, non-destructive, and calm while in the house. However, you HAVE to be able to GUARANTEE at lease 14 hours of stimulating outdoor exercise a week for him to be his good-dog self. Even switching up three or four different parks throughout the week is boring for a Beauceron! He is a well behaved, active and social dog. Positive reinforcement and rewards are the best motivators for him. He is very intelligent, and tennis ball and treat driven, which makes for easy training!"

Balder the Beauceron laying down outside with its mouth open and tongue out

Balder the Beauceron at 1 1/2 years old

Balder the Beauceron sitting outside with grass in the background and looking to the left with his mouth open

Balder the Beauceron at 1 1/2 years old

Balder the Beauceron standing outside in the shade with his mouth open and tongue out

Balder the Beauceron at 1 1/2 years old

Serra the Beauceron sitting on a raised dog bed outside under a tree

Serra the harlequin Beauceron at 5 years old—"Serra is all grown up! She has an outstanding temperament and has been very versatile with all forms of training. You can see how her coat has darkened as she got older!"

Serra the Beauceron as a puppy outside in the mud

"This is Serra. She is a harlequin Beauceron puppy with natural ears. She comes to work with me every day to doggie daycare and loves everyone! She loves to play with the Pugs and chase the Great Dane!"

Close Up - Serra the Beauceron puppy sitting in front of a chain link fence

Serra the harlequin Beauceron puppy with natural ears

Serra the Beauceron puppy play bowing on top of sand

Serra the harlequin Beauceron puppy with natural ears

Close Up - Serra the Beaucaron sitting outside looking up at the camera holder

"Serra is getting big! She is 9 months old now and a very athletic 75 lbs.! She is great at meeting the excited new dogs and puppies that have been coming to work at doggy day care. She is showing the harlequin coloring and natural ears."

Serra the Beauceron sniffing next to a pile of leaves

Serra the harlequin Beauceron at 9 months old weighing 75 pounds

Max and Nina the Beaucerons laying outside with there mouths open and tongues out

Max and Nina, brother and sister, Max des Sources de L'Agly and Nina des Sources de L'Agly

Close up - Haunter the Beaucerons face

Haunter the Beauceron at 2 years old (UKC CH. Wandering Spirit Vom Wildweg CGC)

Left Profile - Haunter the Beauceron standing in a grassy field

Haunter, the Beauceron at 2 years old (UKC CH. Wandering Spirit Vom Wildweg CGC)

Left Profile - Haunter the Beauceron standing outside in the grass

Wandering Spirit Vom Wildweg "Haunter" pictured at 1 year old. He took Best of Opposite at the Regional Beauceron Specialty Show.

Haunter the Beauceron laying on grass with his mouth open and tongue out

Vom Wildwegs Wandering Spirit "Haunter," a male Beauceron puppy pictured at 8 months old

Close Up Right Profile - Haunter the Beauceron sitting in grass with his mouth open and tongue out

Vom Wildwegs Wandering Spirit "Haunter," a male Beauceron puppy pictured at 8 months old

Beauceron Puppyoutside with a plush duck toy

5-week-old Beauceron puppy playing, photo courtesy of Debbie Skinner, Les Ombres Valeureux Beauceron, Aguanga, California

Two Beauceron puppies playing outside each with a plush toy

5-week-old Beauceron puppies playing, photo courtesy of Debbie Skinner, Les Ombres Valeureux Beauceron, Aguanga, California

Beauceron Puppy moving across lawn with a plush toy in its mouth

5-week-old Beauceron puppy playing, photo courtesy of Debbie Skinner, Les Ombres Valeureux Beauceron, Aguanga, California

Close Up - Larzac du Jardin de Sarah the Beauceron laying outside wearing a choke chain collar with its mouth open and tongue out

Larzac du Jardin de Sarah (male), photo courtesy of L'élevage de Beaucerons du Jardin de Sarah

Vienna the Beauceron sitting in front of a bush garden

This is Vienna the Beauceron.

Baby Brutus the Beauceron puppy laying on a floor chewing a toy

Baby Brutus the Beauceron puppy at 10 weeks, photo courtesy of Love 4 Beaucerons

Brutus the Beauceron standing outside in front of a brick house window looking to the left with a yellow overlay border around the picture

Brutus at 9 months old, photo courtesy of Love 4 Beaucerons

Young Toni the Beaucero laying outside with its mouth open and tongue out

Young Toni the Beauceron, photo courtesy of Love 4 Beaucerons