You don't see people buying them and training them to attack others for protection either.
Ok you to take a deep bref and carm down
Well the last 5 or so pages have confirmed unconditionally my belief of jailing people who's dogs kill a person.
Good luck to those who thinks its not only ok to have their dog defend them but also thinks its thier legal right.
Great to think that now every time i go to a park i have to look at other dog owners and wonder whether some paranoid or worried person living in fear has trained thier dog to attack "just in case".
If you believe that all that goes into training a proper PP dog is teaching it to bite others, your education on the subject needs some serious revision.
There is so much more to it than that. It is not something that is undertaken lightly by anyone and takes years of hard work to get to the right level.
We had one destroyed last week (Magpie) here due to its swooping.
And the more I read the more I wonder what you trade is and just how legal is it.
I honestly don't know but you seem to be saying a lot of I need them because of what ever. But the normal person just doesn't need this sort of thing if they are all above board.
It is not me saying it it is more to do with what you are not saying that brings this to light.
Last edited by Rid****; 09-18-2011 at 08:56 PM.
You wouldn't see me at a park with my dog anyway peter70. I don't believe in letting my dog run rampant with a pack of untrained dogs causing trouble and ruckus. He's just a pet btw, and not quite two. He doesn't have the nerve, drives or ability to be any form of a protection dog. He is a well trained companion though.
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