Beaucerons are muscular, rugged, and large, standing as high as 27.5 inches at the shoulder, and yet graceful and in all ways balanced. Their dark black coats feature handsome squirrel-red accents, including the red feet that give the breed its French nickname Bas-Rouge (“red stockings”). They’re also seen in a black-gray-tan coat. The long head is well chiseled, and the dark brown eyes project an expression breed fanciers describe as frank and confident.

Eric Vavassori Joanne Boudreault

Des Monts du Lac | Eric Vavassori & Joanne Boudreault

  Interview with Herding Group Breeders Eric Vavassori & Joanne Boudreault Eric: I have been a dog lover all my life. I handled my first dog in a tracking trial at 8 years of age, and I’ve continued with this ...