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Old 05-26-2009, 04:25 PM
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You're going to have to take it by the individual dog, I'm afraid. I've had a couple of old fashioned GSDs who were fine with anything that was theirs to guard, including bantam chickens and ducks, but I won't tell you that any GSD is going to be that way.

DaVinci's APBTs aren't giving him trouble with going after the birds, but I wouldn't trust my little Tallulah with chickens for a nanosecond, lol.

My Fila? If it's her property, it's safer than you could ever imagine. Not hers? It's prey.

I had a blind Aussie who kept everything where it was supposed to be but wouldn't hurt anything that was supposed to be there.

Actually, an Aussie might not be a bad place to start looking. They tend to have more of an off switch than many of the herding breeds.
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