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So the problem is with you and not your breed of dog. chihuahua dogs, american school of dog training, purina dog food, anti barking dog collars, pictures of all dog breeds, dog bones, german shepard puppies, bird dog training, pictures of boxers dogs, barking Pictures of boxers dogs. You will have the same problems with Rotts or Dobes. For a dog to protect, it must be trained. You would not expect the son of a soccer player to be able to play soccer without training?Here is a list of training videos to consider:The First Steps of Bite Training explains the importance of bite development and the steps a dog as young as 6 months of age must go through before it can be ready for more serious defensive training. chihuahua dogs, american school of dog training, purina dog food, anti barking dog collars, pictures of all dog breeds, dog bones, german shepard puppies, bird dog training, pictures of boxers dogs, barking Barking. I would suggest that you read the description of this video on my web site. If you are not 100% sure of the drives that I refer to, I would direct you to the articles I have written on this subject on my web site. The First Steps of Defense is the video that shows how to move a dog from bite development into the more serious work. chihuahua dogs, american school of dog training, purina dog food, anti barking dog collars, pictures of all dog breeds, dog bones, german shepard puppies, bird dog training, pictures of boxers dogs, barking Puppy training. All dogs that are going into more specialized training (Police Service Work, Schutzhund Work or Personal Protection Work) need to go through this phase of training before moving on. Muzzle Fighting for Police Service Dogs. This video will explain the work necessary to proof a dog that is nearing the end of it's training. The information in this video is not only used for police work and personal protection work, many sport trainers muzzle train their dogs to raise the level of intensity in the dog. Training Personal Protection Dogs (get this last). To TopQUESTION:Hello Ed;Thank you for producing such informative videos, the information you present has not only helped me to understand the drives and drive developement for protection work but has also saved me thousands of dollars on worthless trainers. It has given me a better dog, I have owned protection dogs before but he is by far the best. Jasper is now 20 months old and nearly finished with his training, he has a strong prey drive and a solid defensive drive with good nerve. The trainer I have been working with recently lost his defensive helper (due to a move). The trainer had suffered a stroke several years ago, he wants to help finish my dog but I doubt he can do much more. Because of his stroke he can not properly hold the sleeve, as a result the dog targets his hand instead of his arm. Jasper is not yet finished as his grip is still a little weak when placed into a strong difference situation. He shows no hesitation on his attacks though. The problem is that he will not advance on the helper or bark when told to "watch him" unless the helper provokes him. How do I get him to show aggression on command without him waiting to be provoked? He readily barks for his tug and sleeve when playing at home or in the field but when it is serious he will watch and wait. Recently I had him evaluated by 2 well known trainers in my area and both did and said the same thing. They said they would test his prey drive but instead of acting like prey (moving laterally) they came straight in to him which provoked him in defense. They claim he needs to be started over since he did not react in prey! They also say he is "handler addicted" and that in order to have a confident and stable protection dog he needs to be boarded with them for 3-4 weeks so that he can receive intensive training with more than one handler. They claim this is the only way a dog gains confidence! Is this true or a line of bullshit just to get me to buy their (expensive) program?!! He has a strong pack drive and respects my position as his alpha, on our property and on our hikes when he is off leash (the areas we hike in are remote and rarely ever run into other hikers), he never lets me out of his sight.

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