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Bouvier des Ardennes
Bélgica FCI 171 - Cattledogs (except Swiss Cattle Dogs)

Boyero de las Ardenas

The Bouvier des Ardennes He is distrustful with strangers but very faithful to its owner.

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History

The Bouvier des Ardennes It is a rare breed of dog originating in Belgium.

Since its inception, the Bouvier des Ardennes, He was raised to take care and drive cattle. It is still used for such purposes today., but also often seen as a pet. Although his passion of live outdoor continues it as an excellent dog for work in general on the farm, for driving of herds and the custody of private farms.

Formerly, era conocido como “perro de vacas en las Ardenas belgas”, the harsh climate and the rugged relief, coupled with the poverty of the region, They carried that are very strong and resilient dogs, puesto que sólo sobrevivían los ejemplares más sanos y fuertes.

In the 19th century, fue utilizado por cazadores furtivos para acorralar ciervos y jabalíes, became, years. At that time, during the two world wars, in the Hound of the illegal Hunter.

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Bouvier des Flandres
Bélgica Francia FCI 191 - Cattledogs (except Swiss Cattle Dogs)

Boyero de Flandes

The strong herding instinct of the Bouvier des Flandres manifests itself with its own family

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Bouvier des Flandres It is a breed of dog of Flanders, It is one of the three regions of Belgium, Wallonia and the Brussels region (Capital of Belgium and Flanders). It is known as Bouvier des Flandres and Toucheur de Boeuf en francés, Vlaamse Koehond in flamenco and Vuilbaard in German.

There are many disputes as to its origin. For the French, This Boyero comes from the crossing of the Griffon with the old Pastor of Beauce. Belgians claim that it descends from the Boyero Roeselare, certainly it intervened in the construction of the race after extinction after the second world war. The FCI has attributed both origins to this dog, the region of Flanders is part French and part Belgian.

Physical characteristics

Traditionally used as cattle herding dog and a guard dog, the Sennenhund Flanders, It is a dog of large size and with the body covered with an abundant layer of long hair. There are several colorations, ranging from light brown (leonado) into the black, passing through several shades of gray, “salt and pepper” and chocolate. The validity in different colors of fur contest is determined by the different associations canófilas.

Boyero Flanders is a robust dog, powerful appearance and large size but without showing clumsiness or heaviness. His most notable feature is his impressive head, accentuated by a bushy beard and moustache. The ears and tail times are cut, Although this practice is falling into disuse. The weight can vary between 36 and 45 kg, the height to cross between 60 and 69 centimeters.

Bushy fur has a underlying layer and can be anything from a up black Griffon, requiring constant grooming and, in the case of dogs in competition, cut each 6 u 8 weeks.

Character and skills

Boyero Flanders has a stable temperament; never shy but never aggressive. It is a worthy dog, calm, rational and, wisely, bold. As dog and surveillance, It may be suspicious and protective with their family or herd.

His strong herding instinct is manifested with his own family, especially if children are included.

It is an intelligent dog, He learns fast, although it is also easily bored so it requires constant stimulation and obedience training is essential.

It is a relatively healthy breed and little predisposed to specific ailments. Like all large breeds it is susceptible to Dysplasia of hip and gastric torsion, and sometimes there may be problems of cataract.

Characteristics "Bouvier des Flandres"

Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed "Bouvier des Flandres" you know certain factors. Not all breeds of dogs are apt to live in an apartment, you must take into account his character, their need for exercise, their interaction with other pets, their care and if you have small children, their level of tolerance towards them.

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Federations:

FCI , AKC , ANKC , CKC , ​KC , NZKC , UKC

FCI standard of the breed "Bouvier des Flandres"

FCIFCI - Bouvier des Flandres
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Alternative names:

    1. Flanders Cattle Dog, Vlaamse Koehond (English).
    2. bouvier des Flandres (French).
    3. Bouvier des Flandres (German).
    4. Boiadeiro das Flandres (Portuguese).
    5. Boyero de Flandes (español).