Resources Overview

Providing quality educational resources is a big part of what we do. This information is provided as a community service, free of charge, to anyone who needs them. We go to great lengths to ensure that only the best information and educational materials are provided.*

 

Is It A Briard?

Coordinating and funding rescue assistance for Briards at risk is our mission.  But how do you know if the dog in your care or in your shelter is a Briard?  We have put together photos and details to help you find out.  Find this information on our Is It a Briard page.

 

Guides, Books, and Papers

We are always looking for the best materials and resources available to help people care for their Briards.  The BRT as curated a selection of some of those materials on our Guides, Books, and Papers page for quick reference and easy downloads.

 

Links and External Resources

We have complied a listing of sites form other Briard-lovers and provided it on our Links and External Resources page for easy reference.

 

Videos

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is priceless.  The BRT Videos page has a series of helpful videos filed with grooming and care tips to keep your Briard at its best.

 

*Important Disclaimer: Briard Rescue Trust (BRT) creates content and also curates content created by others.  All content and resources created by us–including this website–are the property and copyright of BRT.  However, all content and resources created by others are the property and copyright of the respective owners, even if the BRT is hosting, referencing, or linking to that content on our website.  This is called “third-party content” and BRT references and / or displays it under “fair use” for non-profit and educational purposes.  BRT displays all content as a free service “as is” and BRT is not responsible for the accuracy of any content or its applicability to any situation or set of circumstances.  We always recommend that users and visitors perform their own due diligence by consulting with additional resources, a professional veterinarian, and / or other certified animal care professional before making an informed decision or implementing any instruction or procedure.