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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    You people living in fear ought to buy a gun, much more reliable and cheaper to maintain. And it only goes off when you pull the trigger, %100 guaranteed
    Stupidest suggestion I think I have ever seen on a forum. Not to mention that the way you have to keep them (locked in a safe, gun cleared and not loaded, ammo kept completely seperate) means that by the time you're in the position to defend yourself it's already too late.

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    can I ask just what type of buisness you are in, so we can understand why you need to have dogs of this quality.
    I don't want to get into he said she said. But I don't walk about looking over my shoulder waiting for someone to attack me.
    One thing I am quite large not fat and I have a scarey look but don''t ask the grandies about that as they will tell ya different.
    It just seems a little weird that you would need to have dogs for full time protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Why don't you seek some counseling in over coming your fears before someone gets killed?
    because i am not paranoid, everybody fears something, incase you didnt read a post earlier, i have actually recieved threats against my life, again showing the threat is real and not just in my head. plus counselling is too damn expensive these days....yes its sarcastic

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    Angelanbatty, if people are at so much risk, they need to have protection 24/7, then are services that can be sourced, which will offer them protection. You can heighten security in many ways.. without it causing harm to others.


    LukeDG...ermmm.. not all dogs are potential killers... if a JRT comes at me in it's aggressive pain in the arse state, I will make like James Herd and kick the little shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rid**** View Post
    can I ask just what type of buisness you are in, so we can understand why you need to have dogs of this quality.
    I don't want to get into he said she said. But I don't walk about looking over my shoulder waiting for someone to attack me.
    One thing I am quite large not fat and I have a scarey look but don''t ask the grandies about that as they will tell ya different.
    It just seems a little weird that you would need to have dogs for full time protection.
    i am a builder, they come on site but stay in the ute unless i decide i want them out. i dont feel its weird after people have made a threat against your life

  6. #186

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    There are NO recorded incidents involving a properly trained PP dog resulting in fatality. There are hundreds where a perpetrator of a crime has been arrested because of the work of privately trained PP dogs.

    I'd put my life in the paws of one balanced, driven and properly trained PP dog before I trust 100 trained security providers.

    Yes there are a multitude of ways to up security, none of which are infallible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDG View Post
    because i am not paranoid, everybody fears something, incase you didnt read a post earlier, i have actually recieved threats against my life, again showing the threat is real and not just in my head. plus counselling is too damn expensive these days....yes its sarcastic
    I have received threats too... even on this forum ROFL.
    I had a crazy ex who wanted to kill me. He has even tried to set another girl on fire after tying her to a chair.
    The fact is he is a looney. If he wanted to get me so badly, he would shoot my dog anyway.. or throw it baited steak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelanBatty View Post
    Stupidest suggestion I think I have ever seen on a forum. Not to mention that the way you have to keep them (locked in a safe, gun cleared and not loaded, ammo kept completely seperate) means that by the time you're in the position to defend yourself it's already too late.

    Yeh and clearly i was serious.
    That said you think its ok for a dog to injure a human? I just hope the dog goes off only when you pull the trigger and doesnt make a mistake in whats a threat to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Angelanbatty, if people are at so much risk, they need to have protection 24/7, then are services that can be sourced, which will offer them protection. You can heighten security in many ways.. without it causing harm to others.


    LukeDG...ermmm.. not all dogs are potential killers... if a JRT comes at me in it's aggressive pain in the arse state, I will make like James Herd and kick the little shit.
    jrt can still kill a child/baby.......

  10. #190

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Angelanbatty, if people are at so much risk, they need to have protection 24/7, then are services that can be sourced, which will offer them protection. You can heighten security in many ways.. without it causing harm to others.


    LukeDG...ermmm.. not all dogs are potential killers... if a JRT comes at me in it's aggressive pain in the arse state, I will make like James Herd and kick the little shit.
    BTW those services will also use properly trained PP dogs...

    They are the most effective, trustworthy and easily managed method of protecting yourself.

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