Belgian shepherd

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Synonyms for Belgian shepherd

hardy working dog developed in Belgium for herding sheep

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Delivery of 6 male and female dogs of the belgian shepherd dog (malinoia) aged between 1 and 5 years, Broken down by sex, As follows: - 2 (two) male dogs of the breed; - 4 (four) female dogs of the breed.
Three breeds comprise the majority of the division: Labradors, German Shepherds, and Belgian Shepherds that are imported from breeders in France.
Staff at the Dogs Trust in Glasgow launched an appeal to rehome five month-old Belgian Shepherd Snuffles, who was born with a rare defect.
Belgian Shepherd, Brus, and a German Shepherd named Blade, were part of the unit guarding the Duke of Cambridge at RAF Valley, Anglesey, the Mirror reported.
German Shepherds, Labradors, Golden Retrievers and Belgian Shepherd Malinois' take on all police duties, and recently the department has seen the introduction of the Rottweiler and Doberman -- although the latter are more widely used as guard dogs.
Dotty is a black and tan, 13-month old Belgian shepherd Malinois and is a proven security dog, having caught another man some weeks earlier.
Oslo, a four-year-old Belgian Shepherd, helped to detect and destroy a 20 kilogramme IED (improvised explosive device) - enough to kill or injure soldiers - whilst on patrol in Helmand Province with his trainer, 28-year-old Lance Corporal Darren Evans from Welshpool.
Some dogs at the kennel up for adoption include a Miniature Pinscher, a Belgian Shepherd, Pure Breed Salukis, a Dalmatian, a Golden Retriever, a Labrador and mongrels.
00pm) PC Dave Smith and his Belgian shepherd Kelly race to the scene of a burglary and PC Adele Gibson is joined by her dog Diesel to take part in a dawn drugs raid.
Five policemen stand as a trainee leads a Belgian Shepherd dog past them on a chain.
Unfortunately, many of the Abu Ghraib photographs were taken after he saw the memo, including one of a Belgian shepherd menacing a detainee and another showing a prisoner naked and bleeding in a hallway.
A few days before Kirsten Boyd Goldberg learned her newsletter had won an award for watchdog journalism, she bought a watchdog of her own--a Belgian shepherd.
Bishop identified the dogs as Doberman pinschers, but the Telegraph picture shows the fallen hound to have the bulkier snout and more substantial musculature of the Belgian shepherd.
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