The Belgian Malinois, or simply Malinois, counts itself among 4 breeds sub-classified as Belgian shepherds. This classification also includes the Tervurens, Groenendaels and Laekenois, each named for the area in which they were first bred. The ears are triangular. Malis have almond-shaped, medium ...
Belgian Shepherds: the most honest dog breed review you'll ever find about Belgian Shepherd temperament, personality, and behavior. Includes the Belgian Malinois, Tervuren, Laekenois, and Groenendael (Belgian Sheepdog).
The Belgian Malinois is one of the oldest European breeds of dog that was used for herding, police and army, protection dog sports ( just to name a few). In fact the Malinois (one of the varieties of the Belgian Shepherd (Chien de Berger Belge) was as a breed club founded earlier than the German Shepherd Club in Germany!
Buying a Malinois Puppy? TUCKED TAILS IS NOT CORRECT CHARACTER! IT IS A SIGN OF FEAR. Belgian Malinois are not a sighthound breed, so a tucked tail is due to fear, NOT to structure. There is NO EXCUSE for fearful behavior in non-threatening environments – and I am sorry, but a show ring is NOT a threatening environment.
5 year old Belgian Malinois Behavior Problems This is a discussion on 5 year old Belgian Malinois Behavior Problems within the Dog Training and Behavior forums, part of the Keeping and Caring for Dogs category; Hey guys, I decided to seek help from people with expertise knowledge on dealing with dog behaviors. I have had my dog for about five ...
Of course there are a few things about the Belgian Malinois that should be considered, especially when a potential owner is deciding whether or not he or she has the time or experience to raise and train this breed. One of these considerations is the puppy behavior of the Belgian Malinois.
Temperament & Hereditary Defects Of The Belgian Malinois. Temperament of the Belgian Malinois. The malinois was and is still breed mostly for it's working ability. Because most breeders want dogs that have high drives means their are some temperament issues to go over. In no case should a malinois be aggressive or shy.
Fearful or aggressive behavior in an adult Malinois is never acceptable. What kind of home is suitable for a Malinois? An owner who gets the most out of his or her Malinois is usually one who has had some previous experience of dog ownership and dog training.
Provided it is correctly socialized with cats and other pets, it should not present any problems. The Belgian Malinois may instinctively display herding behavior such as chasing and circling, moving effortlessly for hours and nipping at people's heels. They must be taught not to do this to people. This is a very demanding dog.