We all know that children can play rough without know what they are really doing, it takes a breed with tolerance, patience and love for his family to understand that children mean no harm. The Dogo has proven to be a breed with such qualities.
World Class K-9 launches new site ! Our new site is dedicated to all those looking to learn more about protection dogs and how they can secure you, your family or business. Our new site will also help people understand the difference between real protection dogs and those that are trained to bite equipment giving an illusion of protection but fail to do
anything when there is no equipment or training field only the real life threat facing them with no experience. Bite work is necessary to build a strong bite and stay in the fight no matter the distraction, but once you have built a strong dog with strong bite and fight drive along with the confidence to win every time the equipment is put up and only
brought out occasionally. Since 1994 Our program has been consistent, we don’t claim to do everything but we are consistent in building personal protection dogs, executive protection dogs, and family protection dogs, give us a call to see live demonstrations or browse our video library and feel free to comment or ask questions !
Simply put, Protection dog training should not altar the temperament of the dog. Unfortunately every company or individual that are in the business of training protection dogs are not experienced and knowledgeable as they should be and many mistakes can be made when training a dog for protection. When purchasing a protection dogs with children , There are several things to watch out for, one being equipment or toy possession. This can be dangerous for you and your children especially because a dog possessed over any item such as a ball toy or bite equipment can exert it’s dominance to keep that item and protect it just like a bone from another dog. Family Protection dogs should not be trained to be possessive over bite equipment, toys and balls because children play with toys and balls and with them not being an alpha, dogs will show dominance and feel they can take or protect what they feel is theres. Many companies or individuals sell sport dogs as protection dogs to families with children and this is where you can run into the problem of toy or equipment possession and at the end of the day not only do you have a dog that can be of danger to your children but you don’t have real protection. Dogs that are possessive over equipment, toys, balls etc. are focused on just that and not the man which is the real threat to you and your family.
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Remington is proving to be a top producer and the foundation of our small breeding program. He produces his Prey, Hunt , Ball drive and his strength as a family protection companion.
Remington is a Black German Shepherd stud and great addition to the World Class K-9 family!
German Shepherds are a popular selection for use as working dogs. They are especially well known for their police work, being used for tracking criminals, patrolling troubled areas and detection and holding of suspects. Additionally, thousands of German Shepherds have been used by the military and the Black German Shepherds are becoming more and more popular.
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This video demonstrates the typical non trained protection dog and what it will do when A threat is presented. Many believe that because there dog is aggressive toward strangers that it’s a protection dog and will bite when threatened.
This conclusion is far beyond the truth, most dogs will put up some type of defense by barking aggressively and acting as if they want to attack someone, but when the opportunity arises they only
submit to that individual. In this video they mention that it takes years to train a dog to be a real protection dog, this is not true in fact from what I see in this video there protection dogs is an equipment focused dog rather
than a real protection dog that’s very over priced if they charge 40K and up. This seems to be the case with a lot of companies where there trained dogs are very overpriced and the training isn’t real protection.
In the beginning stages of training a sleeve is part of the bite development stages but a finished dog that attacks the arm with the sleeve on when it has so many other places to bite is an equipment focused dog and you can tell this because the rest of the decoy’s body has no protection. In order to know
that a dog will bite a man with no equipment muzzle work is a must ! And when it is time for real protection dogs to engage a man with a real bite, hidden equipment is a must ! The use of a bite suite is also good in order to teach a dog
to bite whatever he can to disengage a man, but working a dog in a muzzle with decoy in plain clothes is an absolute necessary to proof and build fight drive and confidence ! This is in no way a article to discredit anyone or company just an observation and to give food for thought about this fox 5 video.
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Dog versus Gun ?
That’s an age old argument that has merited the opinions of many from all walks of life. In keeping with the facts, here are a few noteworthy thoughts to churn:
The fact is, the answer to the question is relative and subjective. Nevertheless, it is a question that should be given serious consideration. A canine, especially one that is properly trained, can serve as a definite deterrent to an intruder rendering the use of a gun unnecessary in many cases. Statistics reveal, that intruders are less likely to invade a home or person that is protected by the presence of a canine that demonstrates aggression when a threat is perceived.
Step 1: How to crate train puppies,
THE CRATE: Choose the correct crate for your puppy. Until your puppy is crate trained, it must remain in a crate that is only large enough for it to lie down comfortably. Eliminate any excess room by furnishing a smaller crate if necessary. Remember that your puppy would prefer not to lay in it’s own urine or feces so assure that the space within the crate only allows the puppy to lay down, stand without head touching top of crate and turn around comfortably. If your puppy were in a larger crate more than likely it would go to the back of the crate and relieve itself and lie comfortably and dry in the front of the kennel. Once your puppy develops this pattern it can be very difficult to break this habit.
Inside the crate there should not be a pillow, blanket, or anything absorbent for it to lay on because this will also give it comfort by it not getting wet or being able to hide the feces. Non-absorbent toys are acceptable to have in the crate. However, by all means do not place any food, water or treats inside the crate.
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