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    Having had two shepherds they are high on the list but my new little Dobe, when she runs at me I tell you...not pretty if she meant business.

    However if the evil was little tunneling rat type things you would be better off with a jack russell, they are awesome in battle!

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    I'd feel pretty safe with any of these dogs, even better if I could have them all to save me from the zombies.

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    I dont think my Irish Setter would do much other than lick their skin to the bone.

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    I'd say professionally trained probably a bandog, but as a natural protector it would be a Kangal.

    But as far as dangerous goes, I would go for a Fila Brasaliero (sp?), they were bred over years to be indiscrimately aggresive, I'm pretty sure in their breed standard there is mention of something along the lines of aggression not penalised and a note that judges should not touch this dog(not sure if that's the exact wording without actually looking it up - so don't take this as gospel )

    for my next dog (if I can't get a pit) I want a cane corso, that'd be something to mess with also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiff-689 View Post
    I'd probably go German shepherd as well. big solid serious looking dogs

    I agree with Di, in regards to the Blue Heelers. Growing up my neighbors had two. Needless to say they had very little human socialisation and were completely out of control. They bit the girl down the street on 3 separate occasions. One of them got bitten by a snake and died, not too sure where the other disappeared too. So sad because I'm sure they had the potential to be lovely dogs!
    when I was a kid, we had an english family move in next door and they got themselves a cattle dog and obviously knew nothing about them, it never left the yard, never trained, never socialised, it was nut's and very very vicious, I always thought they were a bad breed until I grew up and few mates had well looked after ones - still reckon they're tough as nail though

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    For my money, I'll take a Black Russian Terrier.

    Bred for working and guarding, they are agile, strong, loyal, intelligent and make tremendous Schutz or DogSport competitors. They have 'all weather' coats and are energetic enough for endurance work. They also don't have the temperament issues becomming prevalent in Dobes, GSD's, Rotties and the like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonbax View Post
    when I was a kid, we had an english family move in next door and they got themselves a cattle dog and obviously knew nothing about them, it never left the yard, never trained, never socialised, it was nut's and very very vicious, I always thought they were a bad breed until I grew up and few mates had well looked after ones - still reckon they're tough as nail though
    Yes I have had 6 ACDS and they have all been well trained, well exercised and very stable out in public and when people visit. I did have one who could absolutely tell when somone had evil intentions as happened once and she stepped in to protect me, first and last time I ever saw her display real aggression with serious intent. She did however display plenty of warning of her intentions which allowed the person to back off and leave before she escalated to the next level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalacreek View Post
    Yes I have had 6 ACDS and they have all been well trained, well exercised and very stable out in public and when people visit. I did have one who could absolutely tell when somone had evil intentions as happened once and she stepped in to protect me, first and last time I ever saw her display real aggression with serious intent. She did however display plenty of warning of her intentions which allowed the person to back off and leave before she escalated to the next level.
    yeah, I've heard they are very protective

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    I reckon...

    The ones that do the most damage seem to be the ones trained to do damage - by deliberate effort on the owner's part or owner neglect to correct dangerous behaviour.

    But I also think a big ACD can do a lot of damage and is quite skilled at avoiding counter attacks. Given they can nip a cow, horse, human on the heel and dodge the retalliation, makes them pretty formidable. And given how many toys mine has completely destroyed, she's powerful. Not quite as powerful in the jaw as a bull terrier but not far off.

    I believe there are dobes out there that are also quite destructive in terms of jaw power. Ie rip car tyres to pieces. I wouldn't want to make one of them angry either.

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    Oh hello Beau.. long time no see... would love to see you crap multi coloured sherbet some day

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