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Belgian Tervuren


Original Works of art

Group: Herding
Breed Family: Belgian Tervuren

Belgian Tervuren owes its name to the Belgian village of Tervuren. They were created after World War II, from the long-haired puppies in Malinois litters and the fawn-grey puppies in the Groenendael litters. The Belgian Tervuren is a beautiful, intelligent dog that likes challenging activities and nearly constant companionship as well as their original job, herding.


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