We currently own two Briards- Cedar, our first and who we consider our foundation bitch, and Josey, her daughter.
Briards are a French herding dog. In their native country, they are used to keep sheep on the graze- areas of grass in between crops or on the side of the road. They act as a portable fence, keeping the sheep where they should be, and out of trouble. On our farm, the Briards keep watch over the free ranging flock. They deter predators, and push the chickens back towards the pasture where they should be.
We are not currently breeding any litters at this time.
For more information: www.briardbreeder.com