Malinois Puppies for Sale for Sale
Where The Elite Dogs Are Trained
We have Trained Malinois Puppies for Sale
All of our dogs will be trained in basic obedience, this means that your dog will be:
Trained in on and off leash obedience
Have great day to day behaviors and manners
Be well socialized and custom to a variety of different social setting
All of our trained dogs all have been a ton of places, have been worked by a variety of different people and
will absolutely be the best-behaved pet you’ve ever owned! We also do provide personal and family
protection dogs, service dogs and emotional support dogs too!
Malinois Puppies for Sale
Ready to take home some cuteness?! If you are interested, contact us ASAP! Fill out our form below or give us a call! Puppies require a $650 deposit and the remainder due at pickup. Dogs & Puppies purchase through Man-K9 come with a lifetime 10% discount on Man K9 services as well as Fon Jon Kennel services!
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MARCH 15, 2022
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Dogs have been an integral part of Belgium’s history, with shepherd dogs appearing as far back as medieval times. Prior to the development of modern day dog breeds, dogs were bred for function over form, and dogs that performed a specific type of job could have a variety of appearances, ranging from large to small, and short-coated to long-coated, with everything in between, depending on the physical characteristics selected for to perform a certain job, the genetics available in a certain population, and regional style or preference. This was true for the shepherds’ dogs of Belgium.
It wasn’t until the end of the nineteenth century when Professor Adolphe Reul of the Belgian School of Veterinary Science realized that,
while the regional working dogs were different in some aspects such as coat type, color, and coat length, they were also similar in size, working style, and overall type. He categorized them into eight different varieties, which were then further condensed down to the four varieties that we see today. This includes the Groenendael, Laekenois, Malinois, and the Tervuren.
In Belgium, the breed’s country of origin, these are all considered four varieties of one breed, since all four varieties would appear in one litter up to the time they were sorted. However, some other organizations consider them four separate breeds. Continental Kennel Club considers them four varieties of the same breed: the Belgian Sheepdog.
About the Belgian Malinois
The Malinois does best in an active home. Such homes include the dog in regular, vigorous activities such as hiking, jogging, obedience, or other dog sports, in addition to free playtime in the yard. These dogs MUST have something to do. You can see a lot of variety in the personality of the Belgian Malinois because they have different levels of temperament and aggressiveness. It depends on different factors, such as training, inheritance, and socialization.They have high demands and needs, so they are only suitable for experienced owners.
The most famous thing about the Belgian Malinois temperament is that they are incredibly hard-working dogs and basically bred to protect livestock. A well-trained Belgian Malinois is smart, friendly, and can be very protective. Mals are excellent guard dogs and protect people and their properties by force as needed.
Puppies can be playful and loving with people, which means that you have socialized them early with dogs, people, sounds, sight, and experiences. Socialization will decide how your dog will behave.