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Axel - Adopted!!!
* Chianna, female - IL
* Dargo, male - IL
** Laci, female - IN
Nikki, female - MI
* Oliver, male - IL
** Paul, male - OH
Riggs, male - MI

S Central Region:

Bella, female - TX
* Gunnar, male - MO
Jasper - Adopted!!!
* Jessie, female - TX
Juliet - Adopted!!!
Samantha - Adopted!!!

Northeast Region:

Angel, female - NJ
Gunner, male - NY
** Jazzy, female - NY
* Sasha, female - PA
Sassy - Adopted!!!
Scout , male - DC

Southeast Region:

* Boss, male - TN
* Jax, female - FL
* Kayla, female - GA
Karma, female - FL
Ox, male - FL

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Southwest Region:

Luca - Adopted!!!
* Tia, female - NM

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Do you know of a Malinois in a shelter??? Go here for the list of ABMC contacts experienced in ID and rescue procedures.

The Rescues presented on this page are not part of the ABMC rescue program. Please contact ONLY the person or organization listed as the contact, for the Malinois you are interested in. The webmaster and ABMC Rescue have no additional information, on Rescues listed here, other then the profile provided with each dog. Please contact the person or organization listing the Malinois with additional questions.

ABMC is unable to provide any guarantees or information other then the profile seen here on the Alternative Sources webpage.

Are you fostering a Belgian Malinois rescued from, or facing, a life threatening situation that is not part of the ABMC Rescue program? To have your Malinois listed on the "Available thru Other Sources" page contact the website coordinator (for submitting Malinois to be included on this page only) for instructions on how to submit your Malinois' profile and photo. ALL Malinois submitted, to be included on this webpage, absolutely must be spayed or neutered. NO EXCEPTIONS! In the meantime, review the profiles listed in these pages to assist you in creating one for your rescue Malinois.

Courtesy listings are valid for 120 days! Please update and resubmit to the webmaster if additional time is needed.

While every effort is made to insure the integrity of the listings on this page the final responsibility for finalizing an adoption rests with the rescued Malinois's foster family and the adoptive family.

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  • What innoculations, spaying/neutering, heartworm medication, health care has the Malinois received?
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  • What procedure will be followed if, for some reason, the adoption doesn't work out.
  • In the event that the adoption doesn't work out will the adoption fee be retained or refunded?
  • Will the foster family arrange for return of the Malinois to them or another foster family of their choice?

The above information is provided simply as a guide to help insure that your adoption is successful. Foster families can and will vary somewhat in the manner that they transfer ownership of their ward.

Information, on this page, regarding adoptable Malinois is provided by the listing person or organization and is neither checked for accuracy or completeness. Information is not guaranteed to be accurate or complete. The health status and behavior of any pet found, adopted through, or listed on the Alternate Source page at is the sole responsibility of the person or organization listing the same and/or the adopting party, and by using this service, the adopting party releases ABMC Rescue and, from any and all liability arising out of or in any way connected with the adoption of a Malinois listed on the Alternate Source webpage.

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Abby, IN -  Ayla, WA -  Bentley, VA -  * Brooklyn, CA -  Fritz, PA -  * Groot, LA - 
Haylee, OK -  Irene, TX -  Lucky, NY -  Luka, IL -  Malikai, NJ -  * Mena, NC - 

Alternate Listings: N-Z
Phoebe, NY -  * Raina, IN -  Remington, CT -  Romeo, NC -  Santana, FL

The adopter assumes all risk when adopting a Malinois linked to or listed on this page.


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Abby, 13 yrs old, spayed female - IN

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Because of poor health, Abby's owner had to give her up.

Abby is very sweet and her only health problem is some arthritis. She would love to get one-on-one attention, and she would give you her unconditional love. Abby is very sweet and good with other calm, non-aggressive dogs. She weighs about 45 pounds. Abby deserves a loving home to live out her years.

For more information about Abby, please call (219) 677-2961 or email Last Chance Rescue.

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Ayla, approx 4 yrs old, spayed female - WA

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This is lovely Ayla, a Belgian Malinois and she is ready for her forever home.

During her time in foster she continues to grow and let her true personality come out. She requires a semi-active home at the least, but would be overjoyed with lots of adventures. She rides wonderfully and respectfully in the car non-crated. She will sit and wait for her meals, toys, treats, etc. She does put her front feet on the counters from time to time, but has never taken anything. She is extremely malleable to most anything you want to do - hike, play fetch (tho needs more work on drop it), cuddle in bed, roll around with a male Malinois, go for a walk, hang out with me at work, etc.

She prefers to use the bathroom offleash, but has gone a few times while on leash. We have had no inside house accidents or crate accidents. However if she is at my work (Vets Office) if she is in a large run she will 'use' the run, and do a little barking and whining.

She is highly respectful of my Vet patients while walking through the ICU. If a dog stops at her kennel, at home or work she will growl, but never has escalated from there. Any person is fine with going in her kennel whether she knows them or not. At home she will give a warning bark to people/dogs outside the fence walking by.

Ayla will need an astute handler when it comes to body language as her prey drive is High and she means Business. A 6' fence is an easy obstacle should she really want what is running across it. That being said, her new home can NOT have cats, chickens, small dogs or anything other small critter. At work if she even hears a cat she is up and ready to take action.

As for other dogs, she loves Primo, my male Mal and respects him as Alpha. Another alpha female may be a challenge as would any dog that is always in her face. She warms up - but slowly and requires a dog to give her space. She will approach and engage when she is ready. Smalllish dogs only with constant direct supervision and over 20lbs would probably be best. She has met my Border Terrier/Schnauzer and is interested, although maybe Too much... he is 13lbs. They have never been offleash together inside or outside the house.

On our adventures, she is fun, curious, has stamina, inquisitive; yet cautious. Prey drive will kick in with bicyclists, joggers, and some children- especially those moving quickly. However she greets children out in the pet store in a sit and will give gentle kisses. That being said we feel a home with calm children over 12 would be best.

Ayla is still submissive and may lightly urinate at times - mostly when someone stands and leans over her - such as to put a collar on her. Because of this I ask her to jump up at my waist to 'put your collar on'. We have been working on having her sit and trying it while at her side and in front of her.. she is progressing nicely in this area.

Ayla will be destructive with toys outside her kennel, but has never destroyed any toy within. She does have food sensitivity and becomes severely itchy with poultry and grain. She does well on salmon and sweet potato and only itchy on and off. Her stools become soft and mucousy with diet changes. She tolerates vet exams just fine - but go slow with rectal exams. Nails trims are best on her side on the table. She can get snappy in any other position.

She will excel in any discipline - protection, agility, dock diving, high jump, etc. Ayla is goofy, gregarious, silly, stoic, engaging, loyal, and has many, many endearing qualities. While she does have some 'can't haves', her list of 'can haves' far exceeds. She is truly a special package for the right, loving forever home.

Preference will be given to homes with a secure 6'fence and someone not gone for many hours a day.

Our adoption process is an application, phone interview, and home visit. Please do your homework on the Belgian Malinois breed.... while wonderful, loyal, smart and protective they can be a handful and not for a first time dog owner. They thrive on regular positive training, lots of exercise, boundaries and a firm but fair, experienced handler.

For more information on Ayla, please contact: Jan.

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Bentley, 18 mos old, neutered male - VA

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Wanted: An owner/forever friend who is active and up for fun adventures. Are you the one for me?

Well, I'm a blast! I'm always ready for new and exciting times and would love someone to share them with. Because I am still young, 18 mo old neutered male Belgian Malinois mix (92 pounds), and learning some manners, I'm recommended for homes with children over the age of 12.

If you have other dogs at home, please bring them to meet me. We need to make sure any canine companion can keep up with my play style. FYI: I really like the ladies and I am much better behaved around my female canine counterparts. Let's schedule a play date today! We just might be made for each other.

For more information on Bentley, please contact: Taryn or call 540 434-5270.

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Brooklyn, 1 yr old, spayed female - Fresno, CA

Fee: $325
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Brooklyn is fine with loud noises, cars going by, people on bikes and seeing other dogs

Brooklyn is a petite, female (spayed) Malinois with a big personality. She is approximately 1 yr old and weighs about 50 pounds. Spunky yet sweet, Brooklyn is looking for a forever home and will require a firm leader. Brooklyn responds to light leash corrections with verbal cues. She also responds very well to positive praise. She'll jump up when excited to see you but is very delicate and ever so lightly places her paws on your arms or chest. That is getting better, as her foster discourages it.

She is a social girl and really just wants to be with her people. She gets along well with her foster's kitty. There has been no aggressiveness, just curiosity. If the kitty moves quickly or suddenly, Brooklyn would like to give chase but when kitty is walking around, Brooklyn ignores the cat. Dog savvy kitty may be ok.

Brooklyn is not aggressive but is more of an alpha female. She can be bossy with other dogs and "mouthy" when excited. Brooklyn would very much like to run the show with her foster's 2 personal dogs- a female Malinois and female Dutch Shepherd. Both of these dogs tolerated Brooklyn because they were told to. Her permanent home will need to not have any other dominant females.

Brooklyn has been out and about, around a small town and suburb streets. She is fine with loud noises, cars going by, people on bikes and seeing other dogs. She is solid with kids but should be supervised since she tends to get mouthy when excited. Please be mindful of new Woof Project criteria- no adoptions to families with children under the age of 12.

She has fantastic ball drive and loves to play tug. Brooklyn has been learning basic obedience and manners. She is housebroken and currently being crate trained. Brooklyn can walk well on a leash (hardly ever pulls) and has been learning to heel. Off leash, walking through the orchards, she will 'check in' often and has fantastic recall. She loves car rides and has excellent house manners. Brooklyn's forever home will need to continue her training in order for her to thrive. She likes a job and can become anxious when bored or unsure. She does not bark unless excited, anxious or as a protective warning. Brooklyn requires daily exercise. She loves going for runs with her foster mom. After some exercise, she is happy to curl up on her dog bed by your feet or sit with her head in your lap. Brooklyn is a world class snuggle buddy and loves the companionship of her people. She will be a wonderful, loyal companion for life!

Previous Malinois experience required.

Our adoption process includes- completion of an application, followed by a telephone interview. If that goes well, we will arrange for a home visit. Adoption Fee: $325. Transport along Interstate 5 is available but cost not included in adoption fee.


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Fritz, 18 mos old, neutered male - PA

Fee: $275
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Fritz has achieved his Canine Good Citizen title!

Fritz is a handsome 18 month old neutered male. He is very sweet and affectionate and loves his people. He is approximately 55 lbs. and a rich fawn color. Fritz is up to date on his vaccinations, is microchipped and is on heartworm prevention.

He is a very well behaved boy that has achieved his Canine Good Citizen title. He aced his obedience class, learning basic commands, walks nicely on leash, is housebroken and crate trained. He has been left outside the crate at bedtime, confined to the kitchen, and has done great. He loves to go for rides in the car and is very well behaved.

He is food driven and is a very dainty eater. He absolutely loves to play fetch, and will work for praise as well so he is easy to train. He would really enjoy further training. If you are interested in doing dog sports, this boy might be just the ticket.

He is excellent with other dogs, very good at doggie daycare and the boarding kennel and is a wonderful playmate.

Fritz is a very special boy with enormous potential. He is a busy boy and can get rambunctious and can be mouthy when excited so he would do best in a home with no small children and where he will get both physical and mental exercise and with someone who can provide structure and consistency.

For more information about Fritz, please contact: Carol.

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Groot, 12-18 mos old, neutered male - Baton Rouge, LA

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We call him Groot because he is big and brown, very sweet, and protective of his home and family.

Groot was found as a stray and nearly euthanized at a San Antonio shelter. He is 1 - 1.5 years old, 55 lbs, very intelligent and obedient, potty-trained, and crate-trained. Groot needs someone to exercise with during the day and curl up on the couch with at night. Currently he lives with three male dogs and one laid back cat with no problems. However, I would be cautious in households with cats or young children. He is nearly perfect on a leash, loves fetching his tire, and is convinced he is a small lap dog. He does lack grace and coordination, so don't expect any agility championships.

Groot is located in Baton Rouge but we stay in San Antonio for a few months out of the year. I am willing to travel if it means finding him a great home!

For more information on Groot, please contact: April Hernandez or call 210-862-0480.

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Haylee, 3.5 yrs old, spayed female - OK

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Haylee is a very loving 3.5 year old spayed, female that weighs 48 lbs.

We rescued her at about 6 weeks old. I am not sure of any possible breed mix but her vet says she is likely full blooded or close to it.

Sweet. Very smart. Very trainable but has not been worked with much. She knows basic commands and will walk without pulling (sometimes that takes a few minutes of redirection).

Haylee is a cuddler and lies near my feet if I'm watching tv or at the computer. She has always slept in bed with either my son or me. She is a house pet and generally goes outside for short periods or for potty breaks. She is not destructive and the right home for her would allow her to be free. No crates please.

She is friendly to other people when we walk but she is aggressive towards other animals. This is worse ever since last summer when I rescued another dog that viciously attacked Haylee. Haylee never started a fight and attempted to get away. It reassures me that the right person could help her get over her fear and aggression. She has not spent time with children and is not friendly to kids she does not know.

Haylee has the typical tendencies of the breed. She loves to play fetch, find, chase, and keep away. She is alert and a great security comfort for me. I am moving and away from home a lot so am searching for a new home for this girl. We adore her and will only give her to someone that truly seems a perfect fit. I am seeking someone with training skills. It may be best if there are no other dogs in the house and no young children.

For more information on Haylee, please call or text Joyce at 405.812.9089.

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Irene, 2 yr old, spayed female - Dallas, TX

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Irene is a 2-year old Belgian Malinois mix who has been a stellar foster dog.

Irene was found living alone in a city park almost a year ago. Irene is great in a family situation and is nothing short of devoted.

She does great with kids and loves to be a part of the action. Irene is a great protector, but is playful and kind of a goofball.

Irene does well with other dogs, though she needs a slow introduction. She's fully vetted and spayed.

But, Irene is heartworm positive and has been working through the 'slow kill' method since January. She is completely asymptomatic and loves to go for a short jog.

Application and adoption fee required.

Potty trained, Vaccinated, Microchipped, Heartworm positive, Devoted, Prankster, Good running partner, Eager to please, Fantastic dog!

For more information on Irene, please call Amanda, (678) 665-8571.

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Lucky, 6 yr old, neutered male - NY

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A handsome hunk, Lucky is a dashing six year old, 65 lb, gorgeous fawn neutered male in the prime of his life.

Lucky was originally adopted from a shelter in Lompoc, California, and went to live happily on a big ranch with lots of other dogs and animals. Lucky is an excellent watch dog and affectionate family companion. He gets along well with other dogs, cats, and older children. He knows basic commands, walks nicely on a leash, and has no bad habits such as digging or chewing. He's perfectly housebroken and travels very easily in the car. Lucky can be left alone in the house all day, and he won't be destructive. He does have some weakness in his hips, so he doesn't need strenuous exercise.

Lucky's family recently had a sudden move to upstate New York. Although they were fortunate to find a "dog friendly" complex complete with a dog park, there are no private yards and Lucky is not adjusting well to life on a leash in a densely-populated environment surrounded by a continual parade of new dogs and people. Despite working with a trainer and efforts with herbal remedies, he is becoming increasingly anxious and aggressive on-leash.

Lucky would love to live in a place with his very own yard to protect again. He is healthy, loving, and well cared-for, and a good choice for someone looking for a mature, low-maintenance larger dog.

  • A few more things to know about Lucky:
    • He will chase livestock (horses, cattle, chickens, goats, etc), so be prepared for training if you have livestock.
    • He was once kicked in the head by a horse; he was VERY lucky indeed and suffered only a minor hairline fracture in the bone under his eye.
    • He has had rattlesnake aversion training!
    • His hips are weak, but he hasn't been diagnosed as dysplastic. As long as he doesn't go for long runs or very strenuous walks, it's almost unnoticeable. Rough play with other dogs should be kept to a minimum. On occasions when he has gotten sore, he has been given Metacam.
    • Lucky has leash aggression; new owners should be prepared to learn how to work with this.
    • He's terrified of thunderstorms.
    • He's nervous about meeting new people, particularly men, and especially men with hats.
    • He will wait till invited to cuddle up on the couch or bed. He loves to cuddle.
    • He chases his tail when excited, it's very silly!
    • He adores any and all squeaky toys.
    • When someone new comes to visit, he'll find a toy and tear it up into little bits... quirky!
    • Current owner is happy to provide all paperwork and answer any questions, etc.

For more information about Lucky, please contact: Debbie.

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Luka, approx 2 yrs old, neutered male - IL

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Luka is a goofy, fun boy who is all about play. He loves his squeaky toys

Luka is a 2-year-old male. He is a goofy, fun boy who is all about play. He loves his squeaky toys and has become a pro at two-toy fetch, sitting to trade for the toy. He walks politely on leash and ignores most dogs that bark at him on walks.

Luka needs an experienced owner. He is strong-willed and has a protective nature. He responds nicely to kind but firm leadership. A yard with a visible fence is important. He enjoys the companionship of his foster sister GSD, but would do fine as an only dog.

Luka wants most of all to have his forever people to bond with.

For more information on Luka, please contact Jenne.

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Malikai, 10 mo old, spayed female - NJ

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Malikai, excellent with children dogs and even cats.

Crate trained friendly girl in need of an active home. Prefer a sport me your bio. Application process applies

For more information on Malikai, please contact: Kim Lumba.

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Mena, 4 yr old, spayed female - NC

Fee: $275
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Mena is a very loving girl who craves attention and constant companionship

Mena was picked up by the local animal control staff as a stray and after a lengthy stay in the shelter, was rescued through Paw Project Rescue Relief. In her foster home, we have learned that Mena is a very loving girl who craves attention and constant companionship. She is gentle and intelligent. She is crate trained and housebroken, vaccinated and microchipped.

Mena walks well on a loose lead and takes treats gently. Because she loves treats so well, she should be very easy to train to commands other than "sit" at which she is a PRO!

While in her foster home, Mena has loved on a 6-year old boy who has good dog manners, has visited with a rambunctious 2-year old with not so great dog manners, and enjoyed ear rubs from a 10-year old with good dog manners. She gives lots of dog kisses and her favorite place is right in the face YUCK!

She is much calmer than your typical Belgian Malinois and has shown none of the destructive boredom behaviors we are used to as veteran Mal owners. When left unsupervised, she goes to her crate to sulk over being left all alone.

She has shown that she still has some pup in her as she tries to play with her foster furbrother, Charlie, who is a 2-year old Shih Tzu and doesn't quite know what to make of this giant creature in his house. She tolerates the crazy wild shenanigans of the other two fursiblings, 1-year old LilyJune the mini-dachshund and 11-week old Draco the boxer as well as could be expected given what she's recently been through and even did a little mothering to both of them when they were still long enough to accept it.

She LOVES to ride. She will actually *ask* to go for a ride if you happen to walk by the car while she's out for a walk. She asks gently she simply sits down beside the car and looks repeatedly from you to the car and back again as if to say, "Can we go now? Please?" A car seat and a slightly lowered window and she will be completely content. She will ride in the front, but seems to think her place is in the back, so I can only surmise that this is because that's what she is used to from her original home.

In a perfect world, Mena will be placed with a retiree or a stay-at-home'er who spends a lot of time at home, and whose travels whether near or far could include Mena; who has experience with the grooming needs and skin care of a Belgian Malinois; who has the financial ability to provide high quality food and exceptional veterinary care for the rest of Mena's lifetime; who can provide a dog friend or sibling to play with regularly; and a frequently visiting child with good dog manners for Mena lick in the face.

Though she is crate trained, we firmly believe she would do fine in a home that left her unsupervised outside of a crate provided she has a safe place to rest when she is alone. She should have either a fenced yard for walks & exercise, or a safe human to walk her regularly throughout the day since she likes to spend time outside. HOWEVER, because she so desperately craves the attention of humans, she should not be left unsupervised in an unsecured fenced area.

Belgian Malinois do have a tendency to both dig and jump, and she may be do either to get closer to other humans if left alone. Mena's new family should be aware of the possibilities and take all necessary steps to reduce the risks.

If you are interested in meeting Mena, please email Emails should include detailed information about yourself, your home, your family (including other pets & children), your occupation if applicable, and your contact information. Emails received without this information will not be reviewed.

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