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    We contnt we were renting we try to put a dog run in but the owner made us pull it down we aks him to fix this fence but he cept say no
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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    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.
    1. i didnt train them
    2. that is not my mentality, it was said very much tongue in cheek
    3. many people have been attacked in very public areas
    4. imo you are not giving these dogs or the people who train them much credit
    5. dogs used in pp etc have to be very confident in themselves, honestly it would take a lot to spook a very self confident andstable dog
    6. the people carrying te knives have a problem as they are the aggressor when they stab someone, and before you say well then the dog is the aggressor, its bs a pp dog has defensive drive biggern than its prey and aggression drives
    7. they are just a normal dog but with a very level of obidience and other forms of specialised training
    lastly bite work etc is actually i recogised sport as much as agility and obidience is.

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    And i have never had to tell to help me no one did not whan to hit me or rob me so she was my best friend and i trusted her and she trusted me
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    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDG View Post
    1. i didnt train them
    2. that is not my mentality, it was said very much tongue in cheek
    3. many people have been attacked in very public areas
    4. imo you are not giving these dogs or the people who train them much credit
    5. dogs used in pp etc have to be very confident in themselves, honestly it would take a lot to spook a very self confident andstable dog
    6. the people carrying te knives have a problem as they are the aggressor when they stab someone, and before you say well then the dog is the aggressor, its bs a pp dog has defensive drive biggern than its prey and aggression drives
    7. they are just a normal dog but with a very level of obidience and other forms of specialised training
    lastly bite work etc is actually i recogised sport as much as agility and obidience is.
    Sorry you seem a bit confused with the role of a protection trained dog.
    They are NOT family pets. They have a role and they live by it. They don't switch their duties on and off at a whim, they are dogs not thinking humans.
    My husband works in security, the dogs used are kept in a run, trained daily, but never over stimulated. When in public they are on a lead and are WORKING. When the guard isn't in uniform and is training the dog, the dog has to wear coat with security dog on it.
    Police dogs don't go and play in the park with kids until they are retired and even then, it's very very rare.
    The reason for this is because these dogs are a risk when not under the guide of the trainer. The trainer needs to be professional with their dogs at all times. They are no pet dogs going for a walk in the park.

    If a family decides to try to train their dog in PP, they are asking for trouble. The regular shmoo can NOT train their dog in protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDG View Post
    1. i didnt train them
    2. that is not my mentality, it was said very much tongue in cheek
    3. many people have been attacked in very public areas
    4. imo you are not giving these dogs or the people who train them much credit
    5. dogs used in pp etc have to be very confident in themselves, honestly it would take a lot to spook a very self confident andstable dog
    6. the people carrying te knives have a problem as they are the aggressor when they stab someone, and before you say well then the dog is the aggressor, its bs a pp dog has defensive drive biggern than its prey and aggression drives
    7. they are just a normal dog but with a very level of obidience and other forms of specialised training
    lastly bite work etc is actually i recogised sport as much as agility and obidience is.
    1. You didnt train them
    2. You think its ok to have trained attack dogs thats not tongue in cheek
    3.Yes so why increase the chance by training a dog to bite
    4. No, who are they?
    5. Confident yet unable to guarantee %100 that they will never turn.
    6.Plenty of people who stabbed in selfdefence are in jail, not all were agressors
    7. Great lets just hope they stay on track.

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    Sorry peeps we seem to have gone way off topic here.

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    Whats tone in cheek mean ???
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  8. #158

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    no we are right on topic.

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    Yep were of the track
    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
    No grammar no problem I don't know how to fly it any way Bye

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    where have i said I TRAINED THEM? go to animaleducation.com.au and read some of the testimonials it will help you see (i hope) what i am trying to say. pp dogs are very different to police/security patrol dogs. pp guard their family and police/security patrol dogs do everything their handlers require of them. i dont want to look tough i got these dogs because i love shepherds and its just a coincedence they are capable of this sort of work

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