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    It's a form of restraint......Not attack

    The dog will grip (bite) while pulling the person down. It continues to do this and modify it's grip until released by the handler.

    Unfortunately for the bad guys, they don't wear full body padding, or even padded sleeves or face/throat shields as they do in training..

    They still get bruised though, whereas the baddie will naturally have broken skin and bruising while in a hold.

    Have you seen the Amsterdam police/army method for releasing their Belgians from a hold? ....They place the dog in a choke hold and wait till it releases.
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    I would like to see footage of these dogs taking down a bad guy for real.

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    Handlers being restrained in training are taught how to become submissive with body language and eye contact...This reduces the dogs aggression but not its committment.
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    Honestly, trained or not, I can't see anyone coming to attack a guy with two GSD's.
    They are more likely to go for the Nana with the fluffy.

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    I agree Pugger.

    Was just sharing a bit of what I have been taught and learned during dangerous dog handling courses...

    These dogs are trained with specific purpose and goals in mind for them.

    The handler's bait (lunatics if you ask me) cop a beating while training them ......
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    If you struggle and fight the dog of course you'll get bruised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Honestly, trained or not, I can't see anyone coming to attack a guy with two GSD's.
    They are more likely to go for the Nana with the fluffy.
    You haven't met this bloke haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelanBatty View Post
    If you struggle and fight the dog of course you'll get bruised.
    Bruised???? It's using it's teeth to "hold" you and unless they're blunt or have been removed they're will be blood.
    Haven't met too many people being attacked that just lay there and do nothing, it's a natural instinct to fight back.
    You've just so convinced me now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    Bruised???? It's using it's teeth to "hold" you and unless they're blunt or have been removed they're will be blood.
    Haven't met too many people being attacked that just lay there and do nothing, it's a natural instinct to fight back.
    You've just so convinced me now.
    they're big softies really, except when the s*** hits the fan.

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    Woweee this thread went nuts since I was last here....

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