10 Biggest Guard Dogs In The World



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  • March 1, 2018 at 8:59 pm
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    A correction on your translation of Boerboel; 'Boer' is the farmer, not the farm. A farm is called 'Plaas', so the translation would be farmer's dog.

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  • March 1, 2018 at 8:59 pm
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    Why am I watching this? I'm just a little pupper

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  • March 1, 2018 at 8:59 pm
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    I used to have a 220 lb Giant Alaskan Malamute named Chinook that won international weight pulling tournaments. I'd put him up against these dogs. Nice try though.

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  • March 1, 2018 at 8:59 pm
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    I gg for a Chihuahua I don’t have enough money to buy food for a. Dog 2000x my size and who cAn eat me when I’m sleeping no thank you ! But they cute

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  • March 1, 2018 at 8:59 pm
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    I am 6 all most 7 and I all ways want it a dog and I did but he went back to the pawn but I want it a rokwiler

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  • March 1, 2018 at 8:59 pm
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    My concern is in how breeders of these large guard dogs decide who purchases one of their puppies.It's painfully obvious to me that these dogs should never be sold to someone that does not have a solid background working with big, powerful, guarding dogs Many of the people who purchase these puppies will have absolutely no control over them as adult dogs. This makes it extremely dangerous for anyone or anything that approaches the dog. Think about it, before a dog can become a k9 police dog, they are thoroughly tested to assure they have the mindset required to be a K9 police dog. They know their K9 partner will not go off half-cocked and that they will reliably respond to their every command. You will never see a K9 police dog attack a human or show any aggressive behavior until given permission by their handler (police officer) to engage with a suspect. Having a guard, protection dog is not necessarily a bad thing if you have the ability, experience and knowledge to handle the dog. Training for these dogs never stops, it is a lifestyle. It is extremely important that the dog understands they must comply with even the simplies commands when given regardless of the situation or any distraction in their environment.

    Millions of pets in shelters are euthanized every year and many of these are dogs were surrendered by their owners because they can no longer handle their dog's aggressive behavior and deem them to be unsafe or their dog has bitten a family member, friend or neighbor. They purchased their pup to do exactly what it is doing as an adult dog which is protecting and guarding. The job of a protection/guard dog is not to bite anyone that crosses their path or gets to close to their owner.For example, if your best friend comes to your home for a friendly visit, your dog should not attempt to attack them. The problem with many of the people who purchase these dogs is they have no idea how to control the pup once it becomes an adult dog nor do they know the training that will be needed on a continuous bases or hoiw to implement the necessary training. Because of this, many of these dogs end up in shelters with no possibility of being adopted. The next step for these dogs is euthanasia.

    As a trainer, I see it all the time, people purchase a puppy as a protection guard dog without having any experience/knowledge at all with handling a powerful guard dog. Once their puppy matures into an adult dog,they have a huge problem on their hands. Their inability to handle their adult dog results in a call to me for help. The problem is, I cannot change a dog's genetics through training. These dogs came from parents that were breed for specific DNA to produce a litter of large, powerful guard puppies. So, this is exactly what you will get if you choose to purchase a pup from a breeder who specializes in this type breeding program. There should be no surprise when your cute, cuddly pup matures into a dog that is difficult for you to handle if not impossible to handle. The key to owning one of these powerful dogs is the ability to train them which starts the day you bring your pup home and continue for the rest of their life. If you are not prepared to provide the leadership and ongoing training these dogs will require or the ability, experience and knowledge you will need to keep your family, friends, neighbors and other animals safe, don't even consider purchasing one.

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  • March 1, 2018 at 8:59 pm
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    All protections are Kleinpeter intruder felt frailer as you can probably guess this dog was to really read inroom

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