Briard


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Briard

a large (75 lb), muscular dog with medium-length, slightly wavy, black, fawn or gray coat which covers the face and forms a beard and mustache. There are supposed to be double dewclaws on the hindfeet. The breed is predisposed to a progressive retinal atrophy. Called also Berger de Brie.
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Olivia's dad Paul , 43, who runs the Friendly Briard Club, helped Scottish SPCA officers rehome the dogs after the house of horror was found in March.
Born Jascha Brojdo, Briard emigrated from the Ukraine to the United States in 1937, designed throughout the '50s, '60s, '70s and '80s, and left a distinctive stamp on the world of home entertainment.
Briard Association's open show at Lincluden Community Centre, Dumfries, 11am ?
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There ought not to be any room in the church for colour distinctions," said Briard.
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Briard Associates Open Show at Summerhill Community Centre, Dumfries.
Rubenstein, who now lives in Austin, Texas, first encountered ligament injuries when her 100-pound Briard, Dakota, then six years old, experienced a partial tear of his cranial (anterior) cruciate ligament.
He had been The National President of the Briard Club of America.