Belgian Shepherds (Laekenois, Malinois, Belgian Sheepdog, and Tervuren)
(Laekenois, Malinois, Belgian Sheepdog, Tervuren)
Also known as: Chien de Berger Belge
Height at shoulder: 22–26 inches (56–66 cm)
Weight: 40–80 pounds (18–36 kg)
Coat:See individual descriptions
Color:See individual descriptions
Ear: Triangular, upright
Tail: Long, thick, slightly curved
|Belgian Tervuren||Belgian Sheepdog||Belgian Malinois||Belgian Laekenois|
|Also known as: Groenendael, Blacks||Also known as: Laekense, Laeken|
|Coat: Long, straight, abundant, similar to that of the Groenendael||Coat: Plentiful, fairly long, straight, medium harsh (not silky or wiry)||Coat: Short, straight, and hard||Coat: Wirehair|
|Color: Fawn to reddish mahogany with black mask and overlay||Color: Black||Color: Red to charcoaled fawn with black tips, mask, and ears||Color: Fawn to mahogany with black overlay|
To learn about herding breeds from around the world, their temperaments, working styles and how to train them please refer to the book Stockdog Savvy (Alpine Publications) by Jeanne Joy Hartnagle-Taylor and Ty Taylor:
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