Central Indiana Kennel Club
Belgian Tervuren are one of four Belgian herders so similar that once they were recognized as a single breed, the big difference being coat type: Tervs (longhaired, “blackened” fawn or red), Belgian Sheepdogs (longhaired, black), Malinois (shorthaired), and Laekenois (wirehaired). The four Belgians are characterized by an elegant but muscular frame, a proudly carried head, an alert and intelligent demeanor, and an insatiable work drive. The Belgian Tervuren's coat furnishings, like the sporty “collarette” around the neck, are more profuse on males, who run larger than females.
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