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The Beauceron is known in France as a guard dog, a helper around the farm (herding sheep or cattle),
and/or a ring sport dog (primarily protection training). This athletic, healthy and long-lived breed has been
bred to be intelligent, calm, gentle, and fearless. Adults are typically suspicious of strangers and are
excellent natural guard dogs. On the other hand they typically take their cue from their handlers when it
comes to greeting strangers, and are neither sharp nor shy. They do best when raised within the family but
they can sleep outside, the better to act as guards (their weatherproof coats make them ideal dog kennel
users even in the coldest winters). They are eager learners and can be trained to a high level. However,
their physical and mental development is slow, relative to other similar breeds (e.g. German and other large
shepherds): they are not mentally or physically mature until the age of about three years, so their training
should not be rushed. Several five- or ten-minute play-training exercises per day in the early years can
achieve better results than long or rigorous training sessions.
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