Another new breed for us. Apparently Briards are known as ‘hearts of gold wrapped in fur’. Which for some reason reminds me of the Douglas Adams quote about a drink that was like ‘having your brain smashed out by a slice of lemon wrapped around a large gold brick.’
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I have a Briard and they are truly “hearts wrapped in fur”.
The drink that you are referring to is the Pan-Galactic-Gargle-Blaster…and boy, does it blast your gargle….
Briards are herding dogs and are traditionally used as “living fences” in France to keep the stock out of the crop fields,and usually always work alongside a shepherd or tender. They are very much at home indoors with their family though and are loving, gentle giants.
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Hola, estoy buscando un cachorro pastor de Brie o Briard en San Francisco
Estar de viaje del 11al 19 de Mayo y quiero comprárlo, me podrías ayudar
A conseguir un buen perro puede ser macho o hembra, muchas gracias
Lo siento, no lo sé. ¡Buena suerte!