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Old 07-31-2008, 01:19 AM
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I don't need to teach(or lack of teaching in any form) to attack people. Nor do I want him attacking people. Will he warn me of danger, yup and thats all I ask for. I don't want him biting people.
So for me the most important dog training would be
a good solid recall
a solid stay,
basically all of the basic OB commands.
Edited to add, Protection does not = aggression.
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Old 07-31-2008, 08:36 AM
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I would say only necessary to have a dog trained as such if you want the dog for the purpose of a guard dog and thats it. I think most buy dogs for companions which most dogs will pick up the job of protecting on their own as they grow, not to bite though since you train the other things first. A small handful other buy them for guarding.
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Old 07-31-2008, 02:47 PM
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What a miserable life for a dog, being taught to fear and attack every human being on the face of the planet. That's not "protection training." It's cruelty. Shame on you.
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Old 08-04-2008, 03:02 AM
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Cruelty is not an option. Let's be gentle with both human being and dogs.

I have had dogs in my life and I've never beat the crap out of them, nor left them hungry on the street to starve (I could not believe when I saw one of the members pictures with a skinny dog that seems it didn't eat in years). We have added 5 more members to our family, so... yes, we do know how to treat them properly. They are happy, and so we are.

Train your Dog today and tomorrow there won't be any conflicts between human being and dog.


Also, please please please, don't make Dogs fear humans.
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Old 08-04-2008, 06:34 AM
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Cruelty is not an option. Let's be gentle with both human being and dogs.

I have had dogs in my life and I've never beat the crap out of them, nor left them hungry on the street to starve (I could not believe when I saw one of the members pictures with a skinny dog that seems it didn't eat in years). We have added 5 more members to our family, so... yes, we do know how to treat them properly. They are happy, and so we are.

Train your Dog today and tomorrow there won't be any conflicts between human being and dog.

For more information, my signature will direct you toward a proper dog training system.

Also, please please please, don't make Dogs fear humans.

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Old 08-04-2008, 09:10 AM
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I could not believe when I saw one of the members pictures with a skinny dog that seems it didn't eat in years
Huh? I must have missed that post. This is one of the healthiest groups of dogs I've seen pictures of.
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Old 08-04-2008, 10:42 AM
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This person is probably one of those who has a lab that weighs 140lbs and any dog that is fit is underfed. Or, they just can't read and looked at a pic someone posted of a dog that had been rescued from a bad situation.
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Old 08-04-2008, 11:11 AM
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This person is probably one of those who has a lab that weighs 140lbs and any dog that is fit is underfed. Or, they just can't read and looked at a pic someone posted of a dog that had been rescued from a bad situation.
LMAO! It was probably a pic of Lilbit

Or it could have been Tallulah - especially one when I first brought her home and she was severely underweight.
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If I had to rely on my Lab to protect me....

IMO, most important:

RECALL
STAY
sit
down

I think they are several breeds that do extremely well in protection work. However, training my Dachshund in protection -- not very likely. I think it depends on the breed/temperment of the dog. But I don't think it should be the MOST important thing you teach. You need to be able to CONTROL a dog, have it respect you as a leader, before you let the dog decide that it can decide on it's own what it needs to attack/defend against.

Anybody noticed that there's only one poster on the webiste he's pandering??
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Old 08-04-2008, 11:44 AM
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Anybody noticed that there's only one poster on the webiste he's pandering??
Yup!

I am missing all these starving dogs we're keeping. We're all horrible dog owners.
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