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Protection Dog Profile: Naz

Our Belgian Malinois, Naz, is as sweet as they come.  You will want to cuddle her in your arms and rock her to sleep, she is that sweet.  She also is very playful and active.  She loves to play fetch with you and play with other dogs.  She is a year-and-a-half and already has perfect manners and obedience training.

Naz is a character.  She can run hyper-fast around the yard then run up to you and sit on a moment’s notice.  Everywhere we take her, people love Naz.  She’s just that beautiful and sweet.  She is house trained and grew up in a family home.  She is obedience trained on and off leash, and when it comes to protection, she is as fierce as she is sweet.  She won’t let someone even get the chance to harm you because she has advanced training on how to prevent the bad guy from even getting to you.

Belgian Malinois dogs can vary a lot in appearance, from sable to red to black to light tan, and all with different facial markings and masks.  They can be short or long haired, and they vary in size from medium to large.  Malinois belong to the working dog class, and were originally bred as herding dogs in Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, and other European countries.  They are popular now in the United States, Canada, Australia, and Hong Kong. They love to have a job to do, and their typical tasks for police work include odor and explosive detection, detecting accelerants (for arson investigations), sniffing out narcotics, and tracking human suspects for police and search and rescue missions. They are a popular choice for personal protection because they are a dedicated working dog that takes pride in their work and are very attached to their pack (their owners).  They are agile and healthy dogs overall, smaller than German Shepherds, and can live up to 14 years without any major health issues.  Belgian Malinois routinely place high in Dog Trials worldwide.  These dogs have lots of energy, and are sweet, loyal, and loving working dogs.