Briard Puppies and Dogs
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Fast Facts & Guide to Briard Puppies and Dogs
Have a glance at our Fact File and Guide to Briard Puppies and Dogs. Discover some fast facts to gain a really fast overview of the Briard.
Briard Guide and Fact File
Height: Male 24-27 inches / Female 22-25 inches
Weight: 62-69 kg
Size of Dog: Large
Breed Type and Dog Group: Herding Group
Country of Origin of the Breed: France
Exercise Needs: High
Coat Type: The Briard has a long, harsh, dry coat
Shedding hairs: Low if grooming requirements are well maintained
Grooming needs: High - The Briard's coat requires a lot of grooming
Training a Briard (Trainability): The Briard is easy to train with a little patience
Other Names of Briard: Berger Briard, Briard de Brie
Briard Lifespan - This dog lives for approximately 10 - 12 years
Number of puppies per litter: This breed normally has around 8 to 10 pups, sometimes more!
Temperament / Behaviour: High spirited, independent, devoted and loyal
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Summary of Briard Puppies and Dogs
Briard puppies and dogs are very kind hearted and lovable. This is a fantastic breed that has a great amount to offer. Not only are puppies and dogs very kind, they are also very clever which enables them to be trained very easily. Sometimes this breed can be a little independent so training could require a little patience. Their grooming needs can be very time consuming as dogs and puppies have long coats that will require time to maintain. Daily grooming will be needed in order to reduce and remove tangles and knots from its coat. This is a generally healthy breed that doesn't tend to suffer from major health conditions. It is sometimes prone to Gastric Torsion so it is important not to overfeed your puppy or dog during meal times in order to avoid this health issue.
Choosing Briard Puppies and Dogs as Pets
Briard puppies grow into large sized adult dogs and the above summary will help you to determine whether they are suitable as a family pet. If you are considering whether to buy a Briard puppy, adoption is also an option for this particular type of dog, or even selecting one from a rescue centre, or reputable dog breeder. This is a fun loving and high spirited breed of puppy and dog that will require a lot of varied, daily activity including long walks and play time. This breed shows devotion and loyalty towards its owners, it is very affectionate and eager to please. This faithful dog has a wonderful personality and temperament. It is very clever and has exceptional hearing abilities. These strong attributes are the making of a breed that is very good at guarding and protecting. If you are thinking about buying a Briard puppy, the time that will be required for their grooming and exercise needs should be seriously taken into consideration.
Briard Puppies and Dogs
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