Dog Breeds - Belgian Shepherd Tervuren

Breed Group:   Herding
Weight:             Male: 65-75; Female: 60-70 lbs
Height: Male: 24-26; Female: 22-24 inches
Color(s):           Fawn, gray, red; with black overlap. The ears and face are black.

The Belgian Shepherd Tervuren is one of the four breeds of Belgian Shepherd dogs which may be listed as a variety of the Belgian Shepherd Dog or even as an individual breed. The other three breeds are the Malinois, the Laekenois, and the Groenendael. These were initially made for herding and guarding of sheep. These are considered to be the more attractive than the other three. They were used as draft dogs, messengers and sentry dogs during World War I and World War II; however, presently they are used for farm work and in police departments or even guide dogs. 

Belgian Shepherd Tervuren Health and Diseases
They are typically healthy dogs but are at a risk of epilepsy, gastric problems such as bloats and tortions, eye problems, skin problems, behavioral fluctuations, hip dysplasia and eye dysplasia.