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All dogs in our program are spayed/neutered, up to date on all shots including rabies, microchipped (transferred to new owner upon adoption) and licensed for Ventura County (transferred to the new owner upon adoption).Our website is in progress and will be up shortly. Thank you for your patienceTHANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU!Have you ever wondered where all the puppies for sale in pet stores come from? The answer is that they are produced in factory-like environments known as “puppy mills,” where dogs are often kept in overcrowded, unsanitary conditions, without adequate veterinary care, food, water, or socialization. The photos below were taken by the USDA at licensed breeding facilities that have supplied puppies to this pet store within the last year.” Unfortunately, we don’t have any photos of these breeders, but we do know they’ve sold puppies to this store within the last year. To learn more about them, please use the link to the USDA’s inspection record database at the bottom of this page and search by the breeder’s name.
About Our Rescue Group: Paw Works is a 501(c)(3) animal charity, non-profit corporation governed by California law, EIN 46-4484336. We are a private entity who partners with the public sheltering system to provide an all breed rescue and offers local city and county animals a second chance at life. Our goal is to make the entire county of Ventura and beyond No Kill. We are governed by a PawCratic oath which states that we will lead, protect, heal, comfort, and shelter those who cannot speak for themselves. We rely upon private donations and and fundraising exclusively to fulfill our dream and create a legacy which encompasses a No Kill County. Our Adoption Process: Dogs: $250-$450Cats/Kittens: $150 All potential adopters must sign our adoption contract and allow a home check if necessary. We do not adopt out outdoor dogs or non-feral cats.It looks like we don't have a specific address for BarkWorks Pups & Stuff, which makes giving directions tricky. This business might not have an official storefront, or it might move to multiple locations throughout the day.
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Paw Works represents a unique partnership between public animal services and the private sector to...There are four closely related breeds of Belgian Shepherd collectively referred to as ‘Chien de Berger Belge’, which were classified as independent breeds in 1891. All are herding and guard dogs, and are primarily distinguished by their appearances: the Malinois has short hair, the Laekenois (not currently recognized by the American Kennel Club) has wiry hair, the Groenendael (also known simply as the ‘Belgian Shepherd’) has long, black hair, and the Tervuren has long hair of any other color. The Malinois derives its name from the Belgian city of Mechelen, where it was developed.
It is the most popular variety in Belgium, and has become the world’s most popular police dog, including use by the Israeli Defense Forces. It is increasing in popularity as a pet in America, but is most commonly used for sports and service. Size The Belgian Malinois has a shoulder height of 58-64 cm (23-25 in) and weighs 18-34 kg (40-75 lbs). It has a flat skull, almond shaped eyes, a moderate stop (point at which the muzzle meets the forehead) and triangular, erect ears. Belgian Shepherds have a flat back, curved tail, and small, round ‘cat feet’. They are muscular and lithe with square-proportioned bodies. Coat The Belgian Malinois has a short brown, grey or fawn coat with possible black-tipped hairs. It has a black mask and ears and a lighter underside. The Belgian Malinois should not be brindle (alternating stripes of color). Belgian Malinois shed heavily once or twice a year. Character The Belgian Malinois is energetic, lively and eager to work. It is bred for intelligence and awareness of its surroundings.
Belgian Malinois require frequent face time and playtime with their master. They tend to bond very strongly with one person. Belgian Malinois can develop phobias of certain objects or locations as puppies, but usually grow out of it by adulthood. Temperament The Belgian Malinois should be socialized as a puppy if it is to live with other dogs or pets. It is shy around strangers, but gets along well with children. It has high socialization and activity requirements, making it less than ideal for those unwilling or unable to invest significant time. Care Belgian Malinois require brushing and combing twice weekly, more often when shedding. Excessive brushing or combing can damage the undercoat. Belgian Malinois have a long life span of 11-13 years. They have similar health problems as other breeds, but are particularly susceptible to epileptic seizures. Training The Belgian Malinois should be trained gently, but with determination. Belgian Malinois are highly adverse to harsh treatment;
hitting or yelling at them will only have negative effects. Best results are achieved through awards-based training methods. Belgian Malinois require mental stimulation, so training should not be overly repetitive. Obedience and sport-specific training (such as tracking or dog agility) will reap great benefits and allow the Belgian Malinois to realize its full potential. Activity The Belgian Malinois needs a sufficient amount of outdoor exercise every day, including a long jog or walk and active playtime in the yard. Belgian Malinois thrive on mental stimulation, and will enjoy a complex game or sports training session even more than a simple round of catch. Belgian Malinois Puppies for Sale - Shipped Worldwide! Finding the right Belgian Malinois puppy can be dog gone hard work. PuppyFind® provides a convenient and efficient means of selecting and purchasing the perfect Belgian Malinois puppy (or Belgian Malinois puppies) from the comfort of your home, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.