Bouvier Des Flandres

Bouvier des Flandres is a large and powerful dog; the head is slightly longer than it is wide. The dog is in good proportion and heavy. The muscle is wide with broad muzzle, they have bushy eyebrows, black nose, it makes more pronounced look of their face than it really is. They have coat that is rough, harsh to touch and water resistant. About the real origins of this breed, there is mixed debate. It is believed; the breed’s origin hail from Belgium and was created by crossing the Beauceron and the Griffin. If we see in the past history, the working class, want a working dog instead, were responsible, but not interested in having a show dog. This dog has so many good talents such as track dog, search and rescue, guardian, police work, watch dog, competitive obedience and military work.

A Bouvier des Flandres is a talented working class dog breed that competes in different agility and obedience. They have judged personality, may look intimidating, but is an obedient dog and very pleasant natured also responsible, enthusiastic. This dog requires balanced training, which can be easily trained with the right amount of exercise; this can be an excellent guard dog. Good pack leadership is required to determine the level of courage and fear; it can be the part of dog’s tests to protect the owner when a person attempts them. This dog automatically protects a family and excellent with children, easily adaptable but this breed is slow to mature, it takes around two to three years. If this breed is socialized well, they will get on well with cats and other pets. These breed needs brushing for long coat regularly and lots of grooming, also a good trimming at least three times a year. Don’t let the hair grow too much long, close to the feet. This dog can live in apartments with balancing exercise; this breed will enjoy a large garden.

Bouviers are the best pets and they also require good care. Regular visit to the veterinary doctor and the vaccinations are required. To overcome these expenses you have the option of investing in a life time pet insurance cover or set aside a certain amount every month to meet the expenses.