Bouvier Des Flandres
- The protective nature of this breed is reflected in its formidable appearance, and accentuated by its very impressive eyebrows, beard, and moustache: Despite this rugged appearance, the Bouvier des Flandres makes an excellent pet, being good with children and always vigilant. Although by no means lazy this amiable giant is quite content with moderate exercise.
- Renowned for their bravery and loyalty, this dog was in active service during the First World War, carrying messages and locating wounded servicemen.
- Alert, responsive. They are quiet, calm and sensible in the house and are obedient and affectionate.
- Grooming Req.
- Town & Country
- over 9 years
- Feeding Costs
- Under £7 / Week
Oscar Recommends that customers should always consult with a nutritional advisor