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    Luke i wouldnt want to be in possession of a dog trained to attack in this day and age, remember these are dogs and as such have a mind of thier own, THEY WILL NEVER BE %100 GUARANTEED NOT TO DO THE WRONG THING. i hope for your sake this is not the case as you will find it a very expensive exercise, maybe even with a holiday attached.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDG View Post
    most dogs that a trained in pp are socialised very well, with other dogs and children. these dogs are trained to identify a threat and defend against or contain it. remember these sort of dogs, if not all dogs can sense your adrenaline 5 minutes before you get your first hit of it.
    Dogs trained in PP should NOT be taken out to the bloody park!!!!
    If you want to risk being sued for it biting an intruder fine, but taking it out in a park is like carrying around a hand gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    Assuming common sense is applied to sentencing, i am 100% for the increased liability for irresponsible owners - no matter what breed it is that attacks.

    And i agree with pugger, if you own a dog for protection, you're asking for trouble.
    the person attacking you or stalking your are asking for trouble. most personal pretection dogs are owned by people who have stalkers or agressive/dangerous exs. by the time the police can do something you are already hurt or worse. so how are law abiding owners asking for trouble?

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    My old dog was only trained to spier tacka and lick you to def
    But the funny this that she was so bloody fit that people were afrad of her
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
    I'm not going to tell ya I lost the ' , . ? ! " Keys to my head
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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Dogs trained in PP should NOT be taken out to the bloody park!!!!
    If you want to risk being sued for it biting an intruder fine, but taking it out in a park is like carrying around a hand gun.
    what else are going to protect you when you are out? if socialised properly why should they not be allowed to the park? remember these dogs are FAMILY PETS just as much as your dogs are to you and mine are to me.

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    Regardless of what you think the law will protect the intruder, plenty of people have done time for using excessive force stopping burglars.
    The beauty of our society is the burglar generally has more rights than those of the victim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDG View Post
    the person attacking you or stalking your are asking for trouble. most personal pretection dogs are owned by people who have stalkers or agressive/dangerous exs. by the time the police can do something you are already hurt or worse. so how are law abiding owners asking for trouble?
    This type of mentality is what causes all of this shit
    Seriously have a think about what you are posting.
    How can a dog differentiated between adrenaline from fear, or from aggression?
    How can you 100% be certain your dog won't perceive an innocent situation as a threat and attack? How can you be certain your dog won't get spooked or confused?

    That's like saying, that kids carrying knives are ok, it's the people they stab with the problem.
    I can't imagine anyone going to attack you when you are in a public park with your large dog anyway, but still, training your dog for PP is making it into a lethal weapon. Keep the ****er at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    Luke i wouldnt want to be in possession of a dog trained to attack in this day and age, remember these are dogs and as such have a mind of thier own, THEY WILL NEVER BE %100 GUARANTEED NOT TO DO THE WRONG THING. i hope for your sake this is not the case as you will find it a very expensive exercise, maybe even with a holiday attached.
    i know there is no guarantee but i like to think i am a responsible owner, i am very particular how i keep my dogs and i am always situationly aware of who and what is going on around me. i know my dogs body language very well and they know mine. they give me obvious indicators as to when they are stressed or suspicious. to this date they have never bitten or even growled at anyone whislt i have been out with them, my dogs are inside dogs during the night and come with me to work. basically i am with 24 hours a day. to put it all into perspective as to why i have these awesome family pets and very good detterents to intruders is because i take threats against my life seriously

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    Ruby was my gard dog just she wast train to be she only adk if i said help me ruby
    Round town every one new that she was a good dog but she never hit a peoson in her life. and when i was not home on time she jump the fenc and come looking for me and brig me home i allways counted on her she was my best friend and she loved me
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
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    Quote Originally Posted by ruby mc nugget View Post
    Ruby was my gard dog just she wast train to be she only adk if i said help me ruby
    Round town every one new that she was a good dog but she never hit a peoson in her life. and when i was not home on time she jump the fenc and come looking for me and brig me home i allways counted on her she was my best friend and she loved me
    Your dog was obviously not well contained then. As much as you appreciated her loyalty and protection, she was a risk and if she did bite anyone, your parents would have been in a world of trouble, especially with the reputation you mentioned she had in town.

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