Here for sale is a lovely Belgium Malinois he is unentered. A loving caring dog. He has a funny personality. And needs a good home. He is great around children and social able around dogs. He is quick learner and no trouble at all. Unfortunately we are sad to have to let him go due to having to move out of our private rented home and can not take him with us to our new home because of restrictions. He has gave us some good times together and wish him all the best with a new loving family.
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