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Belgian Malinois Dog Article Series

Oh My Word Productions was commissioned to write a series of articles for a canine behavior publication. The client wanted to focus on the Belgian Malinois Dog. Each piece was written to work as a stand-alone article as well as fit in the series.

Part I: Personality Testing (pdf)

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Part II: Socialization & Protection (pdf)

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Part III: Dog Introductions (pdf)

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Part IV: Building Prey Drive (pdf)

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Working Past Retirement

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Guard Your Card

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