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belgian malinois

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Mery Joy Morato

on 14 September 2012

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THE WORLD OF THE BELGIAN MALINOIS The Belgian Malinois is a very-fast-learning, highly-trainable, high-energy, versatile working dog. The Malinois is extremely sensitive and social and will want to be part of your family. If he feels neglected, he will entertain himself. The Malinois is very loving toward his family and reserved toward strangers. They are naturally protective of their owners without being aggressive. They make good watchdogs as they are incredibly alert and will notice sights, sounds, and smells that you don't. Height: Dogs 24-26 inches (61-66 cm.) Bitches 22-24 inches (56-61 cm.)

Weight: 55-65 pounds (24-29 kg.) CHARACTERISTICS of BELGIAN MALNOIS Litter Size : Average 6 - 10 puppies ORIGIN: The Belgian Malinois was named after the Belgian city of Malines. While the Belgian Malinois is still rare in the USA, it is popular in Belgium, its country of origin. It is one of the four varieties of the Belgian Sheepdogs, the Belgian Malinois, Belgian Tervuren, Belgian Groenendael, and the less popular Belgian Laekenois, which all share a common foundation. The Belgian Malinois was the first of the four sheepdogs to establish type. Until the other four were established in type they were called "Berger Belge a poil court autre que Malinois", which meant "Belgian short-coated Sheepdog who is not the Malinois." Today all four sheepdogs are popular in Belgian. Today the Laekenois and Malinois more often used as working type dogs, than the Belgian Groenendael and Tervuren but all types still make excellent workers. Behavior The Belgian Malinois is high energy, with a high mental capacity, and are quick to comprehend. They need a job to do, especially if you are dealing with working lines. Take care when introducing this dog with small non-canine pets. They can be rather dominant toward other dogs and need an owner who can communicate to the dog that dominance is an unwanted behavior. Provided they are correctly socialized with cats and other pets, they should not present any problems. This hardy, healthy breed has no major health concerns. Some minor concerns that have been seen are skin allergies, eye problems, excessive shyness, excessive aggressiveness and occasionally seen hip dysplasia and elbow dysplasia. Health Problems Life Expectancy About 12-14 years PREPARED BY:

MERY JOY G. MORATO
BBF III-1
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