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Belgian Malinois

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Belgian Malinois

The Malinois is a medium sized muscular dog with an agile, proud carriage. They have a short outer coat and a thick, wooly under coat. The coat color is usually fawn, red, mahogany or grey with black tips, mask and ears. Some white is allowed but only on the chest and feet. The hair should be shorter around the head, ears and lower legs. The hair should be longer around the neck, forming a collar and on the back of the legs forming a fringe. The head should be long, flat and equal to the length of the muzzle, which is slightly tapered. The nose should be black and the lips firm and tight. The teeth should meet in a level or scissor-like bite. The medium, almond-shaped eyes should be shades of dark brown. The triangular ears should stand erect and be set high. The muscular neck is slightly arched and the top line level, sloping slightly at the withers. A medium width chest is deep reaching to the elbow. The front legs are straight and muscular with emphasized withers and round well arched toes. The back legs should also be muscular with oval shaped toes. Declaws should be removed from the back legs and it is optional to have them removed from the front legs. The tail should be medium in length and carried above the top line.

Temperament Belgian Malinois' are alert, proud, loyal, confident, smart, affectionate, and extremely protective. They are very loving and devoted to their families. Belgian Malinois' need ample attention, training and companionship. They should be socialized from birth, since they are naturally reserved with strangers and dog aggressive. They are instinctively protective of their homes and families so this behavior should not be encouraged since it can turn to aggression. They are loyal to their families and are good with children once introduced. If properly socialized, they will also get along with other household pets. Belgian Malinois' do not react well to kennels and will become bored and destructive. Make sure to thoroughly research the breeder before purchasing this breed. If they show fearfulness or excessive aggressiveness avoid the purchase.
Height, Weight Male Height: 24-26" ; Weight: 55-65 lbs.
Female Height: 22-24" ; Weight: 55-65 lbs.
Health Problems This breed has no major health problems. Some minor problems can include skin allergies, eye problems and occasionally hip dysplasia.
Living Conditions Malinois' do fine in an apartment but better with a medium-sized yard. They love the outdoors, but prefer to be with their family.
Exercise Malinois' are a working breed and need lots of exercise. They need time off of their lead to run free in an enclosed area.
Life Expectancy About 12-14 years
Grooming This breed is easy to groom. Weekly brushing is fine. Bathe only when necessary so that the weatherproofing on the coat is not stripped. Though a light shedder, it sheds heavily twice a year.
Origin The Belgian Shepherd is the only breed that comes in 4 different types: the Malinois, the Tervueren, the Groenendael, and the rare Laekenois. They are named after the areas in Belgium in which they originated: Malines, Tervuren, Groenendael and Laeken. The Belgian Sheepdog is a hard working breed and has been recognized since the Middle Ages. The breed was standardized in the 1890s when a Professor of the Belgian School of Veterinary Sciences recorded their variations and divided them into groups based on their coat type. The Malinois was the first to be standardized and also the first variety out of the breed to become popular. In 1965, the Malinois was registered with the AKC. The Groenendael and the Tervuren are also recognized by the AKC. All varieties of this breed are recognized by the UKC. This breed is still very rare in the United States.
Group AKC and UKC Herding Dog

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