The Belgian Shepherd Dog is the rarest of the four Belgian Sheepdog varieties. They are a smart and obedient breed that make excellent police and guard dogs. Laekenois (pronounced “Lak-in-wah”) were originally bred to herd sheep at the Royal Castle of Laeken, the official residence of the King of the Belgians. They exhibit natural herding tendencies and enjoy competing in dog agility trials, flyball, tracking, and herding activities.


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