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A large, powerful dog of a rough-coated breed originating in Belgium.
- ‘For more information about Bouviers, or to send comments about my web page, please drop me some email’
- ‘Of the 148 breeds registered the bouvier is the 77th most popular dog in the United States.’
- ‘Her mother, Bettine, was a housewife who bred bouvier dogs.’
- ‘This article, written many years ago, has become a notorious classic in Bouvier circles.’
- ‘These are umbrella terms for the organisations which exist to rehome unwanted Bouviers des Flandres.’
French, literally cowherd.
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