Watch live as these 8 Briard Puppies grow over the next 8-10 weeks with their mother Pilot! This is Pilot's first liter.
Pilot is a show worthy championship mama! She is very affectionate, smart girl who loves to learn. She was raised in the pandemic.
The father of these pups is Hugo! He is a moderate boy with wonderful movement, perfect tail carriage, nice pigment and easily finished his championship with very limited showing.
About the Briard Breed:
The Briard is an ancient French breed, also known as the Chien Berger de Brie. Briards are depicted in artwork going back to the eighth century, and described in records from the fourteenth century. They have a rich documented history through the centuries.
Thomas Jefferson imported Briards into this country in 1789. One hundred and thirty three years later, the first litter of Briards was registered with the American Kennel Club.
The Briard is a herding dog, bred to work. They will assist the shepherd in taking the flock out of the farm yard, safely down the road, and into a field that has been partly harvested. The Briard acts as a living fence, a boundary, left with the flock to keep them in the harvested part of the field, away from the crops they must not touch. When it is time, the Briard gathers his flock, and moves it back to the farmyard.
Briards are large-sized dogs weighing between 50-100lbs
They are high energy active dogs, bred for herding and guarding sheep
Independent in nature but these dogs love to be with their owners.
Highly intelligent and need activities to keep stimulated and prevent destructive behavior.
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