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  1. Dogumentary TV says:


  2. Olivia Pangrace says:

    I love the quote "if my grandma saw how I was treating this dog who I loved she would disown me' – wish all trainers had this approach it IS possible to train these dogs without brutality

  3. F. Mazz. says:

    Hmm interesting interview…very informative and I liked what he had to say. However, I think there are a lot of other breeds that are brave enough to face a man in a real life situation – not just the Malinois and G. Shep. That's the only thing I disagreed with. His Malinois are fairly large tho than what I'm used to…looks like some German Shepard outcrossing took place at some point. But for man-stopping power that's what you need! I'm sorry but a lot of the Mali's you see today are great for agility, but a wee too small for protection work FOR REAL LIFE SCENARIOS. They'll find the quarry, sure, sink it's teeth into him, no problem, but will they be able to hold on and not get it's neck broken by a large man ? I'm not so sure.

  4. Charlotte Mangan says:

    50-60? My mal is like 85 pounds at TWO years old!

  5. Flip Flop says:

    The title is how I feel myself

  6. Mad Meddling Maddow says:

    My grandfather was a Malinois breeder here in Belgium and we had Malinois all our life. I NEVER heard of pit bulls or Great Danes being bred in the Malinois…Jesus Christ πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.
    The only blood that is, rarely, brought in is that of a German Shepherd working line/Czech Shepherd.
    No doubt that some people do it…but they’re no longer breeding Malinois.

  7. Rob Gurule says:

    He just ended racism through dogs

  8. Bonnie Hundley says:

    They're amazing. They're workaholics. DO NOT GET ONE!!!!! That's not a breed for anyone but the dedicated. Very intense.

  9. Akki Contigo says:

    I completely agree with what you think is a healthy dog. Dogs with papers are always inbreeded and people does not notice that. They want to get a Prozac cause they are nothing

  10. Rigo Hook says:

    Form follows function, we should make them bigger…. would be funny if it was'nt that sad. Malinois are competition winning dogs since decades BECAUSE they are'nt rottweilers and german shepherds. Thei fact they are'nt so huge is was makes them so incredibly fast and agile and endurant.
    The hardest hitting dog ever i experienced when i was a schutzhund decoy was a 22kilos Mali bitch, gave me a wiplash effect and several black and blue bruises through the full guard suit. Dont make them bigger, please, you gonna ruin an excellent breed, as you have done so many times before. This is more a case of form follows desire

  11. matthew marquez says:

    What about the Dutch shepherd?

  12. Persida Peric says:

    Mic suck πŸ›‘πŸ›‘πŸ›‘πŸ›‘πŸ›‘πŸ›‘πŸ›‘

  13. Rod Yoakum says:

    Great Video Thanks

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