When I bought my first malinois, "Rip" I looked all over the U.S. (way, WAAAYY before the internet) The best resource at that time was a magazine called Dog World, and the classifieds in the back. I found a malinois breeder in Arkansas. I had to WRITE A LETTER to him first, (just to get to talk with him on the phone). Our first conversation didn't go well, since he didn't sell dogs to women (they couldn't handle real dogs), and if I even thought I was going to get one, I had to pay in advance and the female WASN"T EVEN BRED YET. After waiting six months, I drove down to Arkansas, spent three days, and worked my ass off working his dogs. Through all of this, I was grateful that he decided to sell me a dog, and I jumped through every hoop he set up. Now, we don't make people do this at all, but I do screen the buyers, and will not sell to people that I don't think will make a good match with our dogs. Just because we have a litter does not mean you are going to get one, because we get e-mails EVERY DAY for the breeds we have. So, fill out the feedback form, learn how to say Malinois, if you want one, and be patient. I can assure you if you do get one of our pups, the wait will be well worth it!!!
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