Berger Picard breeders

The Berger Picard, or Picardy Shepherd as he is also known, is one of the oldest French breeds of sheep-herding dogs.

Described as energetic, intelligent, and affectionate, he thrives on human companionship, has strong protective instincts, and is very good with children.

The Picardy Shepherd is a medium-sized dog with erect ears and a distinctive shaggy, rough, coat. The coat colour is either grey, grey-black, grey with black highlights, grey-blue, grey-red, light or dark fawn, or a mixture of these shades.

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Berger Picard - Picardy Shepherd
Deva des Mandarines Bleues
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Élevage Noble Picard Kennel



United States

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