Belgian Malinois Puppies

Belgian Malinois Puppies . Our clients often call them “fur babies” or “the best friend they have ever had” and that means a lot to us. We don’t sell dogs. We place them with people who need protection but also want a family member who shares in their life daily. Own a Belgian Malinois once and you’ll never have another breed. These dogs are hard to find. Search the web and you’ll find 200 German Shepherds compared to one Malinois for sale. Narrow it further by accepting only a quality dog and it becomes a near impossible task to find the Belgian Malinois.

The Belgian Malinois is also known as the Belgian Shepherd.  There are 4 breeds which fall into the Belgian Shepherd category. Wolfsbane K9 breeds and sells standard colored and rare solid black Belgian Malinois only.

The Belgian Malinois has been gaining prominance for the last few years. Just a few years ago the breed didn’t show up in the top 100 breeds registered by the AKC. Today the Malinois ranks at number 60 on the list. One must also consider that the majority of Belgian Malinois are not registered.

One thing to remember is that the Belgian Malinois comes in several colors or a mix of them such as fawn, sable, red, brown and black. Wolfsbane K9 is the one of the few kennels in America to raise black Malinois puppies from KNPV parents. All should have the classic black mask on their nose and around the eyes. Of course on black dogs this is not visible. Some have almost black eyes while others have brown or even golden eyes. The ears are pointed and stand on their own usually at around 6 weeks.

They’re known by many as the dog that helped take terrorist Osama bin Laden down and this caused a spike in the number of people who wanted to own one. In addition White House videos showing the dogs working for the Secret Service have also gained plenty of interest in the breed. We see more folks now who recognize the breed if we take them with us to stores, the park etc. At one time they were not even in the top 100 registered breeds with the AKC and now the breed ranks in the 60s. It must also be noted that 80% or more of Belgian Malinois in America are not registered.

Why do police, government and military agencies use the Belgian Malinois more than any other breed? Because these dogs are the “super dog” of the canine world. Smart is an understatement and once you own a Belgian Malinois you won’t ever own another breed. Forget the stories you have head about them being over the top hyper and out of control. It just isn’t true! They do love to train and play but they aren’t menacing in any way at all.

Any breed must have daily exercise and attention. The Malinois craves this love and throw some work in for sure because working is what they live for. They are gentle, loving, outgoing and eye catching. We can’t say enough good things about the Malinois. They love to swim and seem to have a natural affinity for water. Playing fetch never gets old and if you want a dog to get into fun sports such as agility or dock diving they do very well at it. Don’t buy the horror stories about these wonderful dogs. Get more indepth information about why some say negative things by CLICKING HERE.

While this  breed is often associated with police and military work it must be noted that they make excellent guard / protection dogs as well. The Malinois is fast and agile as it works or plays. We find them to be very easy to train and condition to a variety of settings. They adapt easily to any climate and can live indoors or out with no problem.

It is not uncommon at all to see a fully trained Malinois at a young age as they move through training at a remarkable pace. This breed is also very high in his drives and will work as long as you allow it. They simply don’t like to stop training and playing.

The Malinois will shed some in the Spring and Fall. A weekly brushing is needed to remove loose hair. They shed a lot less than a German Shepherd. The breed is healthy and has a good life span often living to age 14 or more which provides many years of service to the owner.

Remember this breed is thinner and lighter than the German Shepherd by nature and when looking at one you shouldn’t assume the dog is malnourished as the long, thin body is a good sign. The Malinois will typically weigh between 55 and 75 pounds although the ideal weight is 60 to 65 pounds.

What if you had a brave friend who could sense danger even before you knew it was coming? Someone who had your back all the time? You can have that friend. Contact us today to get started.

   Belgian Malinois Quick Facts

  • Top Speed 35 MPH In Short Burst – Up to 15 MPH Over Distance

  • Bite Force Is Between 1200 and 1350 PSI On Average

  • Size Males Up To 75 Pounds and Females Up To 65 Pounds

  • Colors Tan, Fawn, Red, Solid Black, Dark Sable, Black With A Black Mask

  • Lifespan Typically Long At Around 13 With Some Up To 15 Regularly

  • Females are known for large litters with 10 or more puppies being common.

  • They are great swimmers and many love water from the time they are puppies. Playing in a pool or stream is exciting.

When you buy a dog from Wolfsbane K9 you’ll have lifetime support at no extra charge. When you have a question we’ll answer it and we’ll help you resolve any issues that arise. And, it won’t take days to get an answer. Most calls, emails and text are returned within 2 hours if not sooner.