Jerry is the proud owner of Whiteboy an exceptionally athletic Dutch Shepherd. The Dutch Shepherd comes in three varieties: longhaired (long, straight, flat and harsh), shorthaired (quite hard, not too short) and wire-haired (medium length—dense harsh and tousled—more curly-coated than wire-coated). Heavy white markings on chest and feet are not desirable in the show ring. Although the coat types vary, the color possibilities remain the same for each: various brindles in all shades of gold and silver and brindle with dark stripes. Blue brindle is also listed under the rough coated variety. The short hair is most common in Holland, while the long hair is less common and the wire haired variety currently has a dangerously low population. The body is firm, without being coarse. The muzzle is slightly longer than the flat forehead. The teeth are strong and have a scissor bite. The eyes are dark, almond shaped and slightly slanting and the medium-sized ears are carried high and erect. The tail is slightly curved. The chest is deep and the belly slightly tucked up. The feet are oval with well-knit arched toes, black nails and dark pads. -www.dogbreedinfo.com Support this unique channel. www.patreon.com/dogumentarytv
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Both breeds, Dutch shepherds and Belgian shepherds, come in similar varieties: short haired, long haired, rough coated... Both breeds are working dogs, much closer to their working origins than their cousin the German shepherd, whose popularity has cost it dearly both physically and mentally. The Dutch and Belgian shepherds are however still generally speaking very healthy dogs, strong, untirable, focused and definitely not suited as pure pets; they need meaningful activities to be happy and balanced. I quite often have malinois and laekenois working here at my herding dog training center but I only know of two German shepherds in all of France working stock.
Mya is a 6 month old Dutch Shepherd in training, she is great with small children and other dogs, loves to play and being close to you. She almost finished with her level 2 obedience and she is being imprinted in protection ( bite development and building strong nerves and drives ). She is very stable and clear headed. For more details please contact us via text or phone call at 404-787-0587.