Originally Posted by Caucasian
Sure there are breeds suitable for protection work and to help one understand my point of view, he or she should encounter a couple of dangerous and real situations where an immediate dog's intervention was needed like the only way to stop the enemy.
You who live in a calm place, you do not know what I speak about lol.
So why would you ask then?? If not to promote your ridiculous views on dog training?? Who in their right mind wants a dog that is so unstable and so poorly trained regardless of where they live?? It's nothing to be proud of and it certainly isn't something to promote.
I have had the absolute pleasure of knowing a extremely well trained PP dog, he was as kind, as he was capable of ripping out your throat. That's a Protection Dog.