Belgian Groenendael

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Belgian Groenendael

Belgian Groenendael
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FEE NOIRE - Dog: FEE NOIRE DE LA VALLEE DES SORTILEGES

FEE NOIRE BELGISCHE HERDERSHOND GROENENDALER BERGER BELGE GROENENDAEL BELGIAN SHEPHERD GROENENDAEL FEMALE - BITCH - LICE - FEMELLE BORN 10 FEB 2010 FRENCH !

FEE NOIRE DE LA VALLEE DES SORTILEGES photo age 9 FEE NOIRE DE LA VALLEE DES SORTILEGES photo 9 moisFEE NOIRE DE LA VALLEE DES SORTILEGES photo age 9 FEE NOIRE AGE 9 MONTHS OLD 2010FEE NOIRE AGE 20 MONTHS OLD DEC 25 2010age 11 mois

Articles

General Grooming of Dogs

General Grooming of Dogs

Food, shelter, exercise and regular visits to the veterinarian are all a part of the basic care package that accompanies dog ownership. However, there is one more important aspect of proper canine care that must not be forgotten or neglected, and that is grooming. In order for a dog to stay clean and healthy, proper hygiene must be maintained, and given that dogs can do little more than lick themselves to remove the occasional annoying substance, grooming of your animal is your responsibility.

  • Different Dogs: Different Exercise Needs

    All dogs need to be exercised everyday in some form or fashion.  The most common method is through the walk around the neighborhood, but is a short walk around the block enough exercise for your particular dog?

  • The Belgian Malinios

    The Belgian Malinios is also known as the Belgian Shepherd. However, despite its superficial resemblance to the German Shepherd, the Belgian Malinios is actually a type of sheep dog. Weighing in at 60 to 80 pounds when fully grown, and measuring between 22 and 26 inches in height, the Malinios is classified as a medium-sized working dog.



 


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