One of the most popular dogs in France, the Beauceron breed has been known as French herding dogs in Western Europe for centuries. They are often considered the world’s most versatile working dog and used as either a herder or guard dog. Relative to the Briard, the Berger de Beauce is thought to be a descendent of the Doberman due to their mostly black appearance with Doberman-like tan markings. They have long tails and distinctive double dewclaws on their rear legs. Beaucerons usually have cropped ears and are large, muscular dogs. These dogs are not for the weak-willed and are said to only respect their masters. They tend to be wary of strangers, however, they are good tempered and easy to train.
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