Who to blame when the Malinois/Belgians takeover the world

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  1. Hillside

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    Ok, so after my "malinois superpowers UNITE!" post in Maliraptor's thread in pics, I started getting worried about mals taking over the world, so if there IS a malinois takeover, I want to know who to blame...

    I then thought that there was no reason that the fuzzy Belgians would remain innocent during a takeover, so list your fuzzy Begians off too!

    I shall start.

    Nico: 17 month old male.
    Codename: "Mellow-wah"
    Takeover tactic: Fleabiting ALL the things.
    Partner in crime: Honey-3 year old female. Also known as "momma-wah" she is not a Chaz dog, but she IS Nico's birth mother... could be in cahoots if there is a takeover.

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  2. Red.Apricot

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    Elsie: 19 months old, female.
    Codename: Miss Bells, Turdvern.
    Takeover tactic: Mad-zooming around.
    Partner in crime: Zoey (her cousin, my dad's dog; 5 month old Tervlette.)

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    corgipower Tweleve Enthusiest

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    The blame goes to the Welsh Malinois, because she is supposed to take over the world, and if the Belgians do so, it means she either failed or allowed them to do her job.

    Morgan: 11 year old female
    Codename: "Little Miss"
    Takeover tactic: Kisses, snuggles and eye rolls
    Partner in crime:Me...I really have to stop encouraging her.

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    Panzer: 18 month old female.
    Codename: "Littlest One"
    Takeover tactic: Leaping ALL the things. Also, shredding ALL the toilet paper.
    Partner in crime: Creep, 2 year old Siamese cat.

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  5. Red.Apricot

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    Panzer is so, so pretty. I love her coloring.

    Elsie makes the same face when she gets caught shredding something. "Oh, sorry--did you want to do this yourself?"
     
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    What a great jumping pic of Pan!!

    Riley: 2.5 year old male
    Codename: "Mr. Serious"
    Takeover tactic: Staring into your soul
    Partner in crime: Aura of course ;)

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    Aura: 15 month old female
    Codename: "Princess" and "Crazy"
    Takeover tactic: crotch head butts
    Partner in crime: (goes without saying lol)

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    That cat picture is priceless!!! A book for all of you M lovers-"Soldier Dogs" by Maria Goodavage. The training and fascinating stories of canine heroes.
     
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    Sloan: 2 year female
    Codename: Nopperdop, ears, evil bitch.
    Takeover tactic: able to leap 6+ feet from stand still an punch.
    Partner in crime: No one except maybe her 3 inch green panda bear, she does however employ minions.

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    Backup: 2 year male
    Codename: Lemur, spaz, canwepleasereturnit?
    Takeover tactic: able to make anyone dizzy with his pacing and spinning, able to make anyone wish they were deaf with his panic panting and barking, able to drive anyone crazy with his inconsistency of learning and understanding.
    Partner in crime: his imaginary friends, but he's working on Shamoo regularly.

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    No offense, but I dont' think Mal's are smart enough to take over the world :)
     
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    Lmao if I only owned Backup of totally agree. Sloan however I'm scared of her intelligence. Ahhhhhhh!
     
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    :rofl1::rofl1::rofl1:

    Tyr would like to be a SloanMinion.


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    Don't worry, he's a shepherd owner... :p
     
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    Figures...

    I used to have GSD's. They were UberBoring. :D
     
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    Hey now! The working-lines are pretty kickass I think! :p And I used to have a Dutchie so I know what I'm saying here ;)
     
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    PFFT!!

    I had working line GSDs. I had West German, I had Czech. Never again. Too slow and too agreeable, TYVM.

    And aren't all the good Dutchies half Mal any way? ;)
     
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    A good working GSD is a kickass dog. I live with one and hhe is WOW.

    But that's coming from a GSD owner. LOL :p
     
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    My dog is less than agreeable and has attitude to spare. He is a heavy west German working line dog.....with a dash of Czech thrown in.

    There is good and bad dogs in every breed.
     
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    Well then, you did not have Belgian GSD, which is what I have :p He is as fast and as athletic as my DS was and far from agreeable - he's got a wicked temper. Pretty much exactly like my DS actually overall but he's a tad more argumentative and his nerve is stable. I think he's an oddity though (he's small too, 62 lbs), everyone said not to expect my GSD to be even close to as drivey/athletic/fast as my DS and I've been very pleasantly surprised. But, we also have his 1/2 brother, who is a hulk at 95 lbs and very...clumsy LOL But good drive ;)

    Mine was Mal back there somewhere, he was KNPV lines - do those lines even exist without crossover? haha
     
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    Yes...and I prefer them to be oh, so very bad. :p

    (BTW, you do know I'm teasin', I hope.)
     

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