Belgian malionis, also know as belgian shepherd, are a breed of dog that originated in Belgium. They are use as guide dogs, police dogs, rescue dogs and assistance dogs.
They are medium-size athletic breed with males weighing between 25 and 30 pound and females weighing between 20 and 25 pounds. They have a distinctive, appearance, with long, slender head with triangular, upright ears rounded at the bottom and a long, narrow but balanced muzzle. Their coat is usually a combination of brown and black.
They are know for their intelligence, alert, sensitive and protective instincts. They are considered a very active breed because of their qualities. This breed also has protective feelings that make them faithful guardis of their homes. Therefore, it is not surprising that they are also use as an additional aid to the police in research and also assistance.
They are very cautious dogs, protective and trained. They often help blind people, and are often use as service dogs. This breed are heavily trained and respond well to training, therefore, they need to be trained from an early age to prevent aggressive behavior.
Like all breeds of dogs, belgian malionis are prone to health problems. Some of the most common health problems include hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, allergies, and eye problems. Regular training, a healthy diet, as well as regular check-ups with your vet can help keep your family pet healthy and happy.
This breed is a well-know and attentive breed that makes excellent working dogs and family pets. With proper socialization, exercise and care, they can be a great friend to any home. Therefore, if you are looking for a faithful friend for you or your youngest, this breed is the best decision because they get along with children.