This breed needs an experienced master who is firm, but not harsh. If you are harsh or overbearing
they will become uncooperative.
Owners need to display a confident, natural authority over the dog. This breed is instinctively protective
so it should be trained and socialized very well from an early age. They are ever watchful, alert and loyal.
It does best when given leadership and daily exercise along with ample time, attention, training and
companionship. If this breed is ignored, it will find ways to entertain itself, often at the owner's expense.
The Belgian Malinois has a lot of energy and needs a job to do. Working lines have particularly high
They tend to bond strongly with one or two people.
Before purchasing, please research the breed and the breeder or kennels.