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Update: November 25, 2015

This is an update on how Hoku is doing. I couldn’t be any happier with Hoku. I had never owned a working dog before and with the help of Kevin I have learned a lot about the Belgian Malinois breed. They are a very high energy dog and require a lot of attention. Hoku is 16 months old and is 90 pounds. I can tell you they are very smart and proud dogs and they learn quickly. He is doing great with his bite work/protection. We have moved on to finding drugs and he is doing great! Hoku is a very protective dog yet is very loving to his owners.

We are going to get our second Mal from Kevin this spring. If you are wanting a great dog and you have the time and energy to train and love your dog, then a Belgian Malinois is the right choice. I highly recommend Kevin and Midwest Malinois as the place to purchase your dog. Kevin knows the breed and is a wealth of information on how to train and care for your Mal.

Terry & Marsha B.



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Are you looking for a great dog for your family or yourself? A Belgian Malinois is a good selection. I spent over a year looking at this breed and when I decided to purchase one, I turned to the WEB. I found several breeders, but selected Midwest Malinois. I must admit I did not expect to fill out an application. I thought I was adopting a child. Kevin is not the typical dog breeder. He makes sure his kids (pups) are in a good environment and that the people buying his kids know what they are getting into. The Malinois are a special breed; they need lots of love and exercise. If you have never owned a dog with this kind of energy, you may want to reconsider.

Kevin has been great to work with. If I have a question on how to train Hoku, he is a phone call away. Or I can take Hoku to his place and Kevin will help me out. I have owned Great Danes for over 30 years and the move to the Belgian Malinois was a big move, but I do not regret it. Kevin does a great job of matching you with the right pup. I highly recommend Kevin because of his knowledge of the breed and support after the sale of his kids (pups).

Terry and Marsha B.

This entry was posted on October 29, 2014, in Hoku.