Belgian Malinois

 

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Camelot's Mini Cooper, FO, PA, P1, PD1, P2, PDC

   

Pedigree

 

          

You get that bad guy cooper!!!

 

 

Cooper is protecting her mom from the mean man who is trying take her purse!

 

We participated in a demonstration at the Hamilton Co. fair this year with the Service Dogs of America, we demonstrated how these dogs can work in real life situations.  Do you think he would try to take my purse again?  Probably not!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Due to the overwhelming request for specialty working dogs, we are pleased to announce we have added a Belgian Malinois to our Kingdom.  Cooper is a very active little girl. Cooper is the small one in our crew but You would never know she is small, she thinks she is as big as the shepherds.  She is very personable and outgoing.  Cooper has already earned her Family Obedience, Protection Alert, Protection 1, and Police Dog 1 and she is only 20 months old!  She has incredible ball and prey drive.  We have been amazed at the intensity of her approach to everything. She is all go!  Cooper has been Penn hip certified with good hips.   

 

                                                                             

 

Camelot's The Devil Wears Prada

Prada is a Cooper and Steel daughter, she is 8 months old and a force to be reckoned with, she has some prey drive, but is over the top in her civil drive.  She can be friendly, but she is very protective of her mom.  She does awesome obedience and we just started training.  I have been amazed at her ability and willingness to learn.  She is going to be an awesome little girl and I think a great addition to our breeding program.  See more pictures and video below.

                

                                                                                              Prada's first obedience lesson, can you imagine what she will be like in 6 mo. 

                                                                                                   

Protection training, she has a real natural serious side to her and as you can see, she has no back down!  These videos were made at 8 months.

   

 

                                                                      Cooper and Steel's Previous litter

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Video of Zena doing obedience, Zena is a Cooper and Steel pup as well

 

   

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Description:

The Belgian Malinois is a dog of medium size that is fawn to mahogany in color with a black mask and black tipped fur. The Malinois is a short-haired dog and looks similar to the German Shepherd, but there are several differences between the two breeds. They are smaller and lighter than the German Shepherd and do not feature the black saddle that is associated with the German Shepherd. Also, the Belgian Malinois is in general a more energetic and agile breed than the German Shepherd. These beautiful, well-proportioned dogs sport a chiseled and refined head with triangular shaped ears. Eyes are almond in shape, black-rimmed and usually dark brown in color.


 

Temperament:

The Belgian Malinois is highly energetic and born to work. Their personalities can range from friendly to reserved with people and animals they don't know. These dogs are very protective of their property and owners, but usually not unnecessarily aggressive. The Belgian Malinois thrives in an environment where tasks must be performed, and without anything to do the dog can become bored or even depressed. This dog requires lots of exercise and activity, and responds best to owners who are able to provide firm structure, discipline and positive reinforcement. The Malinois can be great with children, provided it is introduced to them as puppies. Both dog and child should be taught how to safely interact with one another.


 

Caring for a Belgian Malinois:

The Belgian Malinois is a low-maintenance breed as far as grooming is concerned. They should be brushed every few days to keep the coat healthy, and more frequently during heavy shedding periods. Excessive bathing should be avoided, because it can remove the waterproofing capacity of the coat. The most important aspect in caring for a Belgian Malinois is providing the dog with plenty of exercise and activities. These dogs are happiest when they have something to do, and are filled with energy and enthusiasm. The Belgian Malinois is capable of living outdoors in temperate climates, but it is much happier when it can live inside with access to a yard. Though generally very healthy, this breed is occasionally known to be afflicted with canine hip and elbow dysplasia.

History:

The Belgian Malinois is one of the three varieties of the Belgian Shepherd recognized in the United States; a fourth variety, known as the Laekenois, is not considered a separate breed in the US. The Malinois' name is derived from Malines, a city in Belgium. The Chien de Berger Belge, or Belgian Shepherd, was developed during the late 18th century and early 19th century, and was designed to perform all the tasks required of a herding dog and be adaptable to the cold northern European climate.

Until 1891, there was no standard for the Belgian Shepherd. In that year, Belgian veterinarian Adolphe Reul brought together over 100 Belgian Shepherds and their owners to establish a breed standard. He found that many of the dogs were very similar in structure, but differed in coat color and type; this group of dogs, which in some countries is divided into four subcategories, was recognized as the Belgian Shepherd. While the Belgian Shepherd was recognized as a breed by the AKC in 1911, it was not until 1959 that the breed was split into three distinct categories in the United States.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Angie Young

German Shepherd Breeder

Chattanooga, Tennessee

423-595-8317

 

 

 

 

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