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Meet the
Belgian Sheepdog-Malinois…

Breed Summary

Breed Group

Group 10: Pastoral and Stock Dog Breeds

Sub-Group

10-B: Large Pastoral Dogs

Origin Country

Belgium

Other Name(S)

Belgian Malinois, Belgian Shepherd Dog (Malinois), Belgian Shepherd Dog Malinois, Belgian Shepherd Dog, Malinois, Chien de Berger Belge, Malinois

Weight

Males: 55-66 pounds. Females: 44-55 pounds.

Height

Males: 23-27 inches. Females: 21-25 inches.

Breed Type

Pure

ORIGINS

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.

Breed Characteristics

Head:

Somewhat Mesaticephalic to almost dolichocephalic in skull-type. Strongly developed, moderate in size, rectilinear, shaped like an elongated wedge, and in proportion to the rest of the body. The topskull is moderately wide, with a flat plane. The median furrow is not well defined. The occiput, brow, and zygomatic arches are only slightly developed. The head is clean-cut without excess skin or wrinkle.

Ears:

Somewhat small in size, set high on the skull, and triangular in shape with pointed tips, carried firmly erect. When alert, tips point straight up. The ears are never overly long, overly large, or broken

Eyes:

Moderate in size, oval to almond in shape, obliquely set, and medium to dark brown in color. The eye rims are well-fitted and well-pigmented. The eyes are never bulging. There should be sufficient bone in the surrounding orbital sockets to protect the eyes.

Muzzle:

The muzzle is of a moderately long length and strongly developed. It tapers gradually toward the tip of the nose, giving the head the appearance of an elongated wedge. The plane of the muzzle is straight or slightly convex. Upper and lower jaws have good bone substance, are strong, well developed, never appearing snipey or weak. Upper and lower jaws split wide apart at hinge, revealing back molars when the mouth is held opened.

Nose:

The nose is well-pigmented and black, or self-colored according to the coat. The nostrils are well-opened.

Neck:

Moderate length to allow for proud head carriage, strongly muscled with a slight arch. The neck tapers smoothly from the deeper and broader body toward the head. The neck is clean-cut, without excess skin, throatiness, or dewlap.

Chest:

Deep, broad, but never wider than deep. The brisket extends to the point of the elbows.

Body:

Powerful, solid, and with good substance without appearing heavy, coarse, or bulky. Capable of great endurance, agility, and performance, without appearing racy or refined. Width at forequarters is approximately equal to the width at the hindquarters.

Feet:

Oval to round, compact, with well-arched toes and tough pads.

Movement:

Energetic, efficient, effortless, tireless, and agile. The characteristics of healthy structure are evident: when moving away, the forelegs and rear pasterns should remain parallel to one another. When viewing movement from the front, the forelegs should remain parallel, with elbows and paws moving neither moving in nor out. From the rear, the back pads should be visible when the rear legs are extended. As speed increases, the forelimbs and hindlimbs will converge to the center line of gravity. From the side, the topline should remain firm and level. Good reach of movement in the front allows the forepaw to extend out in a line with the nose. The width between the forefeet when extended should be approximately equal to the width between the hindfeet when extended, indicating balance, good reach, and good drive. Dogs that exhibit any sign of breathing or locomotive difficulty shall be disqualified from the show ring.

Tail:

Set neither high nor low on the croup, but as a natural extension of the topline. Thick at the base and tapering toward the tip. Carried in accordance with the dog’s mood and energy level, but never tucked or carried up over the back. Of a somewhat long length with the tip of the last vertebrae extending to the hock joints, or below, when held down. Tail may be straight, gently curved, or with gently curved toward the tip.

Temperament:

Belgian Sheepdogs are confident, active, energetic, watchful, and devoted dogs. They retain the characteristics that were honed and developed over centuries in Belgium to make them excellent working dogs and unmatched companions for the right owner or family. They are highly intelligent, highly agile, very powerful, and well aware of their capabilities. They can become very protective of their people, family, and property, making them excellent watchdogs. Training, socialization, and a regular “job” are necessities for these dogs, since they can prevent the intelligence, protective instincts, strength, and energy of the breed from leading into behavioral problems down the road. Any unprovoked aggressive or fearful behavior toward people is incorrect for this breed.

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.

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Care Tips

As mentioned above, the Belgian Malinois is in great need of exercise, so it should give them enough opportunity to do so. Mals love cold weather, but they are also well adapted to warm weather. Always keep them inside.They love to walk and jog compared to the simple walk. You must train the Belgian Malinois in obedience. They love to run in a circle like their ancestors, so don’t be surprised.Mals are highly trainable, so stay calm, firm, and consistent with them during training.

Why Are Belgian Malinois Used As Police Dogs?

Belgian Malinois is becoming a popular choice for police and military dogs, this is due to its immersion for work and its intense focus. Additionally, the Belgian Malinois is smaller and more active than German Shepherd Dogs and is believed to have fewer health problems.

Belgian Malinois Vs. German Shepherd

Belgian Shepherd Malinois and German shepherd are confused with each other due to similar appearance and fur coat. They differ in lifestyle, behavior, and physical characteristics.

Belgian Malinois is smaller and more aggressive compared to GSD. German shepherds are challenging to train, but the Belgian Malinois can be easily trained and handled.

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