Welcome to our site. Dutch Shepherds and pictures of Dutch Shepherds. As
Dutch Shepherd Breeders we are producing a great balance of working drive and confidence. Dutch Shepherd, this is the dog
of the future. Dutch Shepherd: great size, limited health problems, and controllable drive. We import our Belgian Malinois
and Dutch Shepherds from Holland with KNPV titles. Hope we can get the right Dutch Shepherd pup for you. For your Belgian
Malinois and Dutch Shepherd puppies call Lisa at 405-802-1608.
Kennel located at Lexington,OKLAHOMA
Dutch Shepherd and
Belgian Malinois Breeder in Oklahoma.
We are breeders of confident Dutch Shepherd
and Belgian Malinois with no FEAR ball drive and full bite. We learned through the years how to mix and match our Sires and
Dams to produce great Dutch Shepherd puppies. As Dutch Shepherd Breeders we work with you to find the pup that fits you. Belgian
Malinois Breeders and Dutch Shepherd Breeders. Producing the finest Belgian Malinois and Dutch Shepherd pups and adults.
Risen Star Kennel,I am proud to say, has grown into one of the most prestigious importers in USA. Risen Star KennelRisen Star Holland. The best trainers in the world with more KNPV
titles than any team. Congratulations, MARCO and TINO. You guys are competitors in the Dutch Nationals each year. Keep up
the excellent work.
Dutch Sheperd Short Hair
short-haired Dutch Shepherd is used extensively throughout Europe and the United States as a working dog, primarily in police
service, although they are also used in search and rescue as well. One reason Dutch Shepherds are increasingly popular with
police agencies is because they are smaller than German Shepherds, and therefore easier for handlers to pick up and carry,
when duty necessitates doing so. The courage of Dutch Shepherds is quickly becoming legendary among police K9 handlers. Another
reason for this increase in popularity is that the Dutch Shepherd breed has not been subject to extensive breeding for type
as has the German Shepherd. This type of breeding can adversely affect the health and temperament of the individual dog as
well as the breed. For example the preference for the German Shepherd's sloping back has resulted in a 10% incidence of hip
dysplasia compared to a 1% incidence found among the Dutch Shepherd breed
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