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Old 03-27-2010, 03:42 PM   #41 (permalink)
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"The Dutch Shepherd is a brindle Belgian Malinois. I don't go along with people that want to make them a separate breed. The truth is they are the same dog. There are no differences in there make up mentally or physically. They are the product of the mix breeding done in the Netherlands. Every breeder knows they all come from Belgian Malinois. The only difference is the color and markings. They work just like a Belgian Malinois because they are Brindle Malinois. Making them also the number one working K9 on the planet. They truly are super trainable."
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Old 03-27-2010, 04:21 PM   #42 (permalink)
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I has to disagree, those pups look like bulldog/shepherds. The head is right, the eyes are right, even the ears.. The only thing that says they aren't pit is the coat. Too long.






Mom looks like a pure sable GSD.
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Old 03-27-2010, 04:52 PM   #43 (permalink)
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"The Dutch Shepherd is a brindle Belgian Malinois. I don't go along with people that want to make them a separate breed. The truth is they are the same dog. There are no differences in there make up mentally or physically. They are the product of the mix breeding done in the Netherlands. Every breeder knows they all come from Belgian Malinois. The only difference is the color and markings. They work just like a Belgian Malinois because they are Brindle Malinois. Making them also the number one working K9 on the planet. They truly are super trainable."
they are two distinct breeds....lots available on their individual histories, it's actually interesting reading.....
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Old 03-27-2010, 04:55 PM   #44 (permalink)
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"The Dutch Shepherd is a brindle Belgian Malinois. I don't go along with people that want to make them a separate breed. The truth is they are the same dog. There are no differences in there make up mentally or physically. They are the product of the mix breeding done in the Netherlands. Every breeder knows they all come from Belgian Malinois. The only difference is the color and markings. They work just like a Belgian Malinois because they are Brindle Malinois. Making them also the number one working K9 on the planet. They truly are super trainable."
That makes no sense, they admit there were breeds mixed in to create a Dutchie, and that they COME from Mals, they are not MALS.

Just like the American Bully, it comes from the American Pit Bull Terrier, but no way in heck is it an APBT.

They just contradicted themselves... They also need to learn how to spell.
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The Dutch Shepherd and Malinois are NOT the same breed. They are two completely separate breeds with different physical and mental characteristics and different histories. The foundation dogs of both breeds are somewhat related (and also somewhat related to the foundation dogs of the GSD in some cases) but they are not the same breed.
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Chris, Is it true that all 3 breeds came from the original German Shepherd breedings but that the three breeds branched off separately?
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A common practice at shelters is the following:

If the ears are pointed - it's a GSD mix

If the ears hang down - it's a Lab mix
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A common practice at shelters is the following:

If the ears are pointed - it's a GSD mix

If the ears hang down - it's a Lab mix
This is true. Here though you could add that if it has a black, shaggy coat its a Border Collie mix regardless of ear carriage.
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A common practice at shelters is the following:

If the ears are pointed - it's a GSD mix

If the ears hang down - it's a Lab mix
sadly, a lot of rental companies/breed restrictions follow the same rule. add in black/tan = rottie and muscular/short hair = pit bull
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There is another dog there she has Rottie colors, and has a docked tail(she came in like that) but she kinda has a shepherd look to her.When I first saw her she had a rather long coat, too long for a purebred rottie.
Her name is Aspen and she is 8 months old, her petfinder profile lists her as Rottie, but at the Shelter we have paper that say the dogs age, breed,sex,whether or not the dog is fixed, their energy levels, grooming levels, good with other dogs or not, good with kids or not, good with cats or not, and any other notes about the dog.Where her breed is listed it says Rottie mix

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Regular Rottie at 8 months

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Here is a GSD mix with Rottie colors, but she has shephrd eyes.Can Purebred GSDs have this coloring?Her name is Cherry she is about 1-1/2 years old:

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