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|03-26-2014 12:00 PM|
|RocketDog||Hey. Don't knock it til you try it. My uncle had a yorkie that was a freakin terror. No one in their right mind got near that dog.|
|03-26-2014 11:14 AM|
The problem is you guys are looking at the wrong breeds. I shouldn't even be showing you guys this because if this information is abused it could lead to some bad repercussions but this is how it is really done.
|03-26-2014 10:36 AM|
I know im late but the big gsd suprised me, for that matter so did the cane corso. I liked the Rott but could def use some more training.
I personally know most dogs wouldnt know what to do. Thats pets and sport dogs alike. I believe natural protection has to be bred for.
|03-25-2014 08:26 PM|
Originally Posted by carmspack View Post
The rottie was the best of the bunch and showed some nerve unlike the others who would have been gone in the same situation.
|03-25-2014 04:27 PM|
I think until a pet is put in the position the owner will never know.
Doobie = purebred collie we had when I was a teenager. My father often went on overnight business trips leaving myself, at 16, and my 11 yr old brother alone. One night I woke up to him barking like a lune. I charged down the stairs at 2am in a t-shirt yelling at him until I realized he was focused on the back door. I slowly backed up the stairs while he continued to sit at the bottom growling and baring his teeth. He never slept that night. He paced back and forth between our bedrooms. Normally he slept with me.
Swazey - Purebred Collie. Would bite anyone that messed with me. I had to be very careful how I spoke and moved around people.
Banshee - Purebred Boxer. Woe is the idiot that came through our door without her on a leash.
Jax - Purebred GSD. Barks like a crazy dog but she'll crawl all over you for a frisbee.
Seger - Purebred GSD. He has the potential to be a force to be reckoned with. Nice suspicion. Nice defense.
|03-25-2014 03:10 PM|
Awwww no one liked the Belgian waffle story!? My dog friends thought that was pretty darn funny!
The Airedale video, oh my gosh, at least the Airedale owner was a good sport about it! Gotta give him credit for that.
|03-25-2014 02:12 PM|
Originally Posted by my boy diesel View Post
Most folks are probably "playing around with a sleeve" whether they realize it or not. However there are also plenty of us whom are not playing at all lol
|03-25-2014 02:05 PM|
When I was a small child, my Yorkie responded to a break in with enough ferocity to scare off a would be burglar. That did not make her an 'awesome guard dog' it made her a dog, defending those she loved with what she had. Which in her case was enough noise to wake the neighbors.
Teaching an unstable dog how to bite is not foolish, it's stupid. The equivalent of handing a monkey a loaded gun.
|03-25-2014 01:44 PM|
|my boy diesel||
this could be the best post ever
i am so sick of working dog owners who are out there on weekends playing around with a sleeve insisting their dogs are the only ones who will protect
sure if the burgler is wearing a sleeve your dog might
but every gsd i have owned and that has been a few
would stop intruders at the door and i have seen it
like lilie (and akc) says that is their nature and breed description
Originally Posted by Lilie View Post
|03-25-2014 01:34 PM|
|Baillif||Guess he lost the popcorn|
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