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The four different varieties:
  • Groenendael: 
    This variety got the name from a restaurant, called "Chateau du Groenendael" nearby
    Brüssel. The dog's are blackhaired with limited white patches.
    In the year 1967 the first Groenendael was imported from Sweden to Norway. 
    Today are approx. 1000 Groenendael recorded in Norway. 
    Photo of a Groenendael (The Kennel Club Photo Libary / by David Dalton) 

  • Tervueren: 
    Named after the city Tervueren, southeast from Brüssel. The dog's are red- or greyhaired. The tip of the hairs should be black. Black mask on face and ears mostly black. 
    In 1973 the first Tervueren arrived in Norway.
    Today are approx. 2500 Tervueren recorded in Norway. 
    Photo of a Tervueren (The Kennel Club Photo Libary / by David Dalton) 

  • Malinois: 
    The name is derived from the city Malines, also called Mechelen by the flemish people. 
    The colors of this variety are all shades of red, fawn and grey. The tip of the hairs should be black. Black mask on face and ears mostly black.
    In the year 1984 the first Malinois was imported to Norway. 
    Approx. 200 Malinois are registered in Norway today. 
    Photo of a Malinois (The Kennel Club Photo Libary / by David Dalton) 

  • Laekenois: 
    Named after Parc du Laeken in Brüssel, a park in the middle of the city. Reddish fawn with black shading, normally in muzzle and tail. This variety is almost unknown in Norway. 
    In 1985 the first Laekenois arrived in Norway.
    And today are still only 3 Laekenois registered in Norway. 
    Photo of a Laekenois (The Kennel Club Photo Libary / by David Dalton)

 

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