Belgian Malinois Breeders Fond Du Lac WI

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Community Animal Hospital
(920) 923-6608
161 N Rolling Meadows Dr
Fond Du Lac, WI

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Town & Country Vet Clinic
(920) 922-3133
961 S Main St
Fond Du Lac, WI

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Veterinary Village
(888) 312-1747
N11591 Columbia Dr
Lomira, WI

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Popp, Jeffrey J, Dvm - Lakeside Animal Hospital
(920) 235-5040
1834 Algoma Blvd
Oshkosh, WI

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Burnett, Heidi, Dvm - Animal Hospital Of Oshkosh
(920) 235-2566
1961 S Washburn St
Oshkosh, WI

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Hintz, Jeanne L, Dvm - Town & Country Veterinary Clnc
(920) 922-3133
961 S Main St
Fond Du Lac, WI

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Country Hills Pet Hospital
(920) 477-2062
N4415 Us Highway 45
Eden, WI

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Zella, Curtis, Dvm - Veterinary Village
(920) 269-4072
N11591 Columbia Dr
Lomira, WI

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Lakeside Animal Hospital
(920) 235-5040
1834 Algoma Blvd
Oshkosh, WI

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Associated Veterinary Clinic
(920) 748-5144
165 S Douglas St
Ripon, WI

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Belgian Malinois - Guide to Belgian Malinois

Belgian MalinoisDescription: The Belgian Malinois is one of four different types of the Belgian Sheepdog - the Tervuren, Laekenois and Groenendael. These dogs were bred about a 100 years ago by a group of trainers and competitors seeking an excellent working dog. The name comes from the city of Malines in Belgium.

The Belgian Malinois made its first appearance in the United States in 1911 when some of the best Belgian bloodlines were imported and bred. It remained quite popular only until WWII - after which interest declined. In 1963, breed activity - while slow to start - started to pick up. And, by 1965 the breed was enjoying a renewed and popular presence in the United States.

The Belgian Malinois is recognized for its character, intelligence and talent as a working dog. While these dogs are not as common in the United States, it remains one of the most popular shepherd breeds in Belgium.

Height: Dogs 24-26 inches (61-66 cm) Females: 22-24 inches (56-61 cm)

Weight: 55-65 pounds (24-29 kg)

Coat Type: Short and dense - smooth. Grooming is minimal. The Belgian Malinois is a constant - although light - shedder. Heavy shedding occurs twice a year.

Belgian MalinoisColor: The Belgian Malinois colors can vary greatly. Acceptable colors: base color of grey to fawn to mahogany with a black mask and ears, and with some degree of black tipping on the hairs, giving an overlay appearance. The color tends to be lighter with less black agouti or overlay on the dog's underside, breechi...

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