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Briard Dog

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If a briard dog rescue has enough volunteers, they will spend time training and socializing the dogs. This breed has been known for some centuries and it was favored by Charlemagne, Napoleon, Thomas Jefferson, and Lafayette. These dogs were used for centuries as guards of sheep and herders and have also been used by the French Army as a sentry, messenger. If a briard dog rescue has enough volunteers, they will spend time training and socializing the dogs.

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Briard

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Briard Dog

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The dogs are 24-27 inches (62-68 kg.) high and the bitches are about 22-25 inches (56-64 cm.) high while the average weight of the dogs is 75 pounds (35 kg.). The coat of the dog is coarse and strong similar to that of a goat's coat. If a briard dog rescue has enough volunteers, they will spend time training and socializing the dogs.

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