A crossbreed between a Belgian Malinois and a German shepherd is known as a shepinois. They are classed as "designer dogs." According to CamelotShepherds.com, these dogs are desired because they can be "the best of both ... More »

The Belgian Malinois and German shepherd are herding dogs with similar ears, faces and coloring. Although they are roughly the same size, the Malinois has a lighter bone structure and sleeker build than the German shephe... More »

The Dutch shepherd's coat coloring is different than the Belgian Malinois. While the Belgian Malinois' coat somewhat resembles that of a German shepherd with an tan to darker brown upper body and black-tipped hairs and a... More »

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The Belgian Malinois dog is a breed of dog named for the Belgian city of Malines. It is one of four sheepdogs native to the country. This breed is a loving, loyal and friendly animal that makes a good family pet. More »

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A Collie-German Shepherd mix, also known as a Shollie, is commonly known for being very playful and affectionate. Collies are natural herding dogs and tend to herd children or other smaller animals at a young age. German... More »

The average Belgian Malinois puppy grows to be between 55 and 65 pounds. A full-grown average male stands 24 to 26 inches tall, while the female stands between 22 and 24 inches tall. More »

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The Belgian Malinois is an entirely different breed of dog than the German Shepherd, but they are sometimes thought to be the same because of their similar appearances. Malinois and German Shepherds have a number of diff... More »