Belgian Malinois

Like all Belgian Shepherds, the Malinois is a medium-sized, hard-working, square-proportioned dog in the sheepdog family. The Malinois is recognized by its short brownish yellow coat and its black ears that stick straight up, cheeks, and muzzle. It very much resembles a smaller German Shepherd.

Many police officers/trainers/SAR groups approach Malinois rescue looking for young dogs to train.

The rescue chairs, coordinators and foster families hope you enjoy the Belgian Malinois profiled and pictured in these pages. If you are looking for a Malinois available for adoption we sincerely hope you find one that appeals to you. Be prepared for when your Belgian Malinois does appear - fill out the Pre-Approval Adoption Application today and get pre-approved.

The Belgian Malinois is a medium size dog of exceptional beauty and working ability used for many purposes, including herding, tracking, agility, obedience, and police work. To the inexperienced eye, they may seem to resemble the German Shepherd Dog, but upon closer inspection, many differences may be seen including size, bone structure, color, and head and ear shape. The Belgian is generally a lighter, quicker, more agile dog.

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