Bouvier des Flanders Dog Breed
 

Bouvier des Flanders Dogs

Bouvier

The Bouvier des Flandres is a powerful dog with rugged looks. He was originally bred to be a cattle herder and general farmer's helper therefore the original size was not uniform. The farmers were more concerned with dogs that could help on the farm, not with a pedigree. The main specialty of the Bouvier was cattle-driving.

He gives the impression of great strength but shows no sign clumsiness in his general makeup. He is agile, full of life and brave, but he also has a calm, well-behaved manner showing his steady, solid, and fearless character. The Bouvier des Flandres has an alert and bright gaze exhibiting his intelligence.

Height - 23 to 27 1/2 inches. Weight - 65 to 95 pounds.

Coat types - medium length, rough, wiry, thick, black, brindle, gray, tan. Average shedding.

Costs - averages $30.00 a month.

Training Information

American Bouvier des Flandres Club, Inc. (M)

Corres. Secretary, Dorothy Kent, 10520 West 102nd Place, Westminster, CO 80012-3717

Breeder Contact, Dorothy Kent, 10520 West 102nd Place, Westminster, CO 80012-3717, (303) 466-1242

 


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