SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY. Selling my 5 month Beauceron puppy due to divorce. I’m moving to a significantly smaller home with no yard and will be tight on finances and time. I love this dog to death but this change wasn’t expected and won’t benefit her. Her name is Zelda and she’s such a good girl! • Born July 4th • picked her up from an AKC breeder in Texas. She is papered. • Please do the research on this breed before messaging. She needs a strong owner as this girl is a dominant and tough willed one. • She loves other dogs but wants to be in charge. • She likes cats and has lived with once since she i picked her up • I have a toddler whom Zelda loves and she follows around constantly. She gets excited when she sees kids and has never been aggressive towards children • She is still a puppy so she needs constant socializing and consistency. • Does not show aggression and rarely barks at passerby’s or noises • Crate trained • Her mother was 70 lbs so she is expected to be hefty. She’s a lover and a Velcro dog. She’s very smart and has picked up on a few commands already. I paid $3500 for her and have proof of purchase and price as well as her AKC info and breeder info. Breeder is aware she is being rehomed .
Beauceron is a French dog breed that originated in the region of Beauce. It is also known as the "Bas Rouge" or "Red Stockings" due to the distinctive red markings on its legs. The breed was traditionally used for herding and guarding livestock, but today it is also used in various canine sports such as obedience, agility, and tracking.
Beaucerons are large, muscular dogs that stand between 24-27 inches (61-68 cm) at the shoulder and weigh between 70-110 pounds (32-50 kg). They have a short, smooth coat that can be black and tan or harlequin (gray and black). Their ears are naturally cropped, and their tails are usually docked.
These dogs are intelligent, loyal, and protective. They are known for their courage and have a strong sense of territoriality, making them excellent guard dogs. They require regular exercise and mental stimulation, as they have high energy levels and a need for a job to do. Proper socialization and training are also crucial for Beaucerons to be well-behaved and well-adjusted pets.
As with any dog breed, it is important to do thorough research and consider your lifestyle and living situation before bringing a Beauceron into your home. They can make wonderful companions for the right owner, but they may not be suitable for everyone.