The bouvier des Flandres.
bouvier des Flandres definition by Webster's New World
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any of a breed of large, strong dog with a rough, wiry coat and pointed, erect ears: first used in Flanders for herding cattle
also called bouvier
Origin: French literally , cowherd of Flanders
bouvier des Flandres definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Any of a breed of large, strong dogs developed in Belgium, having a rough, fawn to black coat and originally used for herding and guarding cattle.
Origin: French : bouvier, cowherd + des, of + Flandres, Flanders.