Briard

Briard

Breed Size :
Big Size

Height :
Male 62 - 68 cm Female 56 - 64 cm

Weight :
Male 35 - 36 Kg Female 33 - 35 Kg

Average Life :
10 - 12 years


Race and Behaviour Specialist Can Paksoy's character analysis

 

 

Briard

Briard is a very intelligent, bold and loyal species. They are quickly attached to their parents and often protect them against danger. Briard wants to attract the attention of their owners most of the time, but they also want to spend time in the game before emotional closeness and interest. The Briard genus inherently takes care of its own business, that is why this breed tends to be quite stubborn. The leader (trainer) should be very solid and consistent. If they believe they can overcome the training leader, they start to take control.  

Briard Training

Briard is pretty smart and wants to please people. It is relatively easy to train this line because it is possible to complete given tasks without supervision or guidance. Briard should be trained with a steady attitude during his training, but he may not welcome angry attitudes and may start to become timid if faced with anger often.

Briard Care

Briard's thick fur should be regularly brushed every week to prevent matting. They shed very little as long as they proper care given. You need to clean the excess hair from the feet and ears. Because Briard does not get spoiled in an enclosed environment, the apartment life is suitable, but the best for them is a garden with proper size to play in.

Briard Character Structure

Briard is a loving, compassionate breed against his family. They are usually very skeptical about strangers and should be introduced to the people they spend time with. Briard has good relationships with children of all ages if he grows up together. But Briard can not welcome someone to annoy him. It is necessary to start socializing regularly at a young age to ensure that Briard can be friendly to foreigners and other animals. If they are not properly socialized they may tend to be aggressive. Even a Briard, who has never seen a farm before,can learn the herding skill and tries to direct people by biting their heels. They should be rewarded by appreciating their behavior at an early age.
 

Briard Character Properties

Energy Level Good
Exercise needs Good
Playfullness Moderate
Getting on with other dogs Low
Getting on with other pets Moderate
Getting on with children Moderate
Behavior with foreigners Low
Trainability Low
Protection feature High
 

Briard Feather

Briard has a very coarse double-layered fur, outer fur and a lining fur close to the outer fur. The coarse and thick outer fur is similar to the fur of the goats. The fur is resistant to water and dirt, and when it is properly maintained, it shed very little. Briard's fur can be seen in many different colors, predominantly white. The most common fur colors are black, gray and dark. Gray and dark brown fur is known to have shadows at various angles and darkens as it ages.

Briard Exercise Needs

Briard is a hardworking dog and aims at what's best to do. Briard gets insomnia and show negative attitudes if he is not exercised enough. Briard needs long walks or even running in light pace daily, and he can be a great jogging buddy for you.

Briard Living Environment

Briard can be happy in the apartment when adequate exercise is provided. It is moderately active in the house. This dog is not suitable for keeping it closed. He feels really happy when he's part of his family.

Briard Origin

Briard, also known as Berger de Brie, is a very old breed. The history of this gender dates back to the 14th century, the subject of the story of "Livre de chasse" (hunter book). Briardars belong to some historical figures like Charlemagne, Napoleon, Thomas Jefferson and Lafayette. Briard served as a herd keeper or a shepherd dog, until First World War. As a result of the use of Briard in World War I, the breed faced with the danger of extinction. They were used in tasks such as messenger, delivering food, transporting ammunition to fronts, detecting wounded soldiers, detecting mines and tracing. Briard increased his popularity after the Paris dog show in 1863. Briand was fully recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1928. This species is still used as herd protection, but at the same time it plays a role in certain missions with the military, police, research and rescue teams. Briard can be a great worker but also a good friend for his family.

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