Can a Belgian Sheepdog be a good dog?
If you are someone that has allergies or hates the idea of dog hair all over your home, the Belgian Sheepdog may not be the perfect fit for you. Because of their long, double-coat, this breed requires a lot of brushing to keep shedding to a minimum.
What kind of ears does a Belgian Sheepdog have?
This undercoat will vary in thickness depending on the area where the Belgian Sheepdog lives. Matching the European ideal for a shepherd dog, this herding dog is a large dog that has wide-set triangular ears and dark brown eyes.
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Is the Belgian Sheepdog good with other dogs?
The Belgian Sheepdog can do well with children, but can present aggressive behavior towards other dogs. Does well with other household pets if properly socialized. Daily combing and/or brushing is required for this long, straight haired breed. Should be brushed down all the way to the undercoat to prevent tangles or matts.
How often does a Belgian sheep dog shed?
Belgian Sheepdogs living in warmer climates shed less than their cold-weathered brethren; but regardless of location, your furry friend will shed once or twice a year. Be sure to brush more frequently during sheds to keep the amount of loose hair at bay.
What kind of yard does a Belgian Sheepdog need?
The Belgian Sheepdog would do best with at least an average sized yard but is given proper exercise, can do well without one. Long brisk walks are required if this breed is to live without a yard. This breed does best when off lead in a safe and fenced in area.
Why does my Belgian Sheepdog nip at my ankles?
Nipping at ankles is a common trait for this breed, as they still possess a strong herding instinct. This is a very high-energy breed, and should always have a job to do. If not properly entertained or left alone for long periods, this breed can become destructive.