give that report a fail ---
First, the group that were trained and could "protect" were approached with a lot of over the top theatre to prompt attention. First dog was average club sport , third dog Elvis looked like he had left the building. The only one that looked like he had something going on was number two Koda dog.
If you are going to demonstrate a comparison you have to make sure that both sides are as similar as possible , in this case the missing element being training . They paired the ages of the dogs , not the natural temperament.
The second group , starts with a nose flicking dog .
The agitator work is 180 degrees different. But no , matter , this entire sampling of dogs was terribly shy . In my opinioning it would be unfair and just wrong to take these 3 into training which requires defense or aggression. Do it and you have a shy dog with permission and experience to alleviate stress through aggression and that is unstable . They all wanted to get out of there . That was there natural response.
The decoy work was vastly modified ,with the addition of speach . Had they been approached with the real b movie bad guy moves they might have crawled under the truck .
Obiviously some family member owns the training facility and the video is skewed to a conclusion which promotes to get your dog trained if you want it to protect.
good on the girl though, confident , good presentation, might be a good handler one day.
Carmspack Working German Shepherd Dogs