photo (top left) son Cabil would be at the base of the malinois Dutch strains. With his brother Carack and sister Criquette, this was the first foundation for the famous Van de Oewa's.|
(Les Bergers Belges Philippe de Wailly & Andre Varlet p45)
photo (top right) 1960 Cabil w decoy Jef Winten.
Courtesy C. Greving
photo (bottom left) Leon Destailleur watching Cabil jump
Cabil has proven to be a very important sire and is the foundation of the working Malinois in Holland through his son Nopi, grand-sons Narcilo, Marco, Marko van de Veldmolen, and great grand-sons Kastor van de Rita's Home and Carlo van Kristalhof. Cabil's two brothers, Carack and Criquette, made a major contribution to the post WWII revival of the working Malinois in Belgium. Their sire Sirol belonged to Mr. Van Hover of the kennel "'van de Molenbeek" and was known for his incredible object guard, powerful physique, extreme speed and very full hard grip.
1958 & 1959 Belg CH Tr finalist