Doctors believe that we should only bathe our dogs when they are dirty or when necessary. When we bathe a Belgian Malinois, make sure it's in good weather or indoors to keep it from catching a cold. We can bathe the dog with a cleaning product specially designed for the dog and not with the usual household cleaners or disinfectants. In addition to bathing the dog, we should regularly air and wash its bedding. We make a mess of the house by bathing the dog, so it's best to bathe him outside in warm weather.
Other essential basic care includes manicure as needed (usually every few weeks) and regular brushing to keep teeth healthy and breath fresh. Your Belgian Malinois ears should be kept clean and dry to avoid developing infection.
Belgian Malinois is a medium-sized dog, so this body type requires a high balance of nutrients, so if we feed leftover food to the Belgian Malinois daily, it will have devastating developmental consequences. Dog food is available in pet stores for convenience and peace of mind. Vaccines are more important than that. A dog's daily allowance is usually about 4 to 6 percent of its body weight. Adult dogs can be calculated by a weight ratio of 4%. For puppies, it's 6%. So, we will need to feed the Belgian Malinois based on its body weight.
If your Belgian Malinois is bitten, red particles will appear at the base of the tail, behind the limbs, and inside. The dog will feel extremely itchy, which can lead to other infections if not treated properly.
This is because the saliva in the flea composition is easy to lead to dog skin allergy, although the phenomenon of summer fleas, ticks are indeed more rampant than winter, but to prevent "insect crisis", but need a long time to continue to accumulate to see the results oh! If your dog has this problem, be sure to receive anti-parasite medication, as well as regular deworming and medication.
Depending on the specific Belgian Malinois, some cats may not be safe around due to the high prey drive of the Belgian Malinois. It's important to keep Belgian Malinois busy, so as to make him tired and make him from destructive behavior, because he can do a lot of damage when he is bored. This breed of Belgian Malinois wants to be part of the family and should be allowed to stay indoors with him. If introduced to children at a very young age, this friendly Belgian Malinois will get along well with him. When it comes to good socializing, Belgian Malinois will gain confidence.
When your Belgian Malinois jumps on you and asks for a snack, your owner should immediately and sternly say no to avoid the dog thinking that this is the only way to get something to eat. When the dog sits down to feed it snacks, to let the dog understand that only when there will be snacks to eat. When the dog does something wrong, first find out the reason for the problem, do not call the dog to scold, otherwise, the dog will have the impression that "to call him is to scold him", and will affect the sense of trust to the owner.
As a shepherd dog, Belgian Malinois may instinctively chase a running child, which you should not allow when trying to train him.
When we take care of the Belgian Malinois, we should pay attention to whether it is near the stairs. When the puppy tries to approach the stairs, it is easy to slip and hurt himself. He must learn how to go up and downstairs, pay attention to his safety when he learns, and teach him patiently until he learns.
When your little Belgian Malinois and the cat grow up with other dogs, they get along well, but they are a little bossy with them.