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Tough Guys Don’t Need Tough Dogs………..Bitch

Ya Heard Me, Dawg !!

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There are a lot of men out there, that if they see a law enforcement or military K9 dog on TV, going through their paces they will think to themselves, “I gotta get me a dog like that”.

Excerpt from : https://thespiritdog.wordpress.com/2008/07/23/real-men-dont-need-protection-trained-dogs-and-yes-they-do-eat-quiche/

The Spirit Dog- 2009

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2 Responses

  1. Hello Starr,

    Yes. Many dogs become protective or possessive of certain individuals and / or objects, all by their lonesome. The newfangled terminology for that is ‘resource guarding’, I prefer to use the more old fashioned term of it, “that’s mine, leave it alone’.

    Can it be untrained, you betcha. But it depends on a few things, your comfort level and or your nervousness, and the individual that you hired.

    I wrote this awhile ago in the hopes of helping people find someone that could help them with their dog.

    https://thespiritdog.wordpress.com/2008/08/11/dog-training-finding-the-perfect-dog-trainer/

  2. Alan,
    Can a dog learn this protective behavior on its own?
    and can it be untrained to do this?
    Thanks,
    Starr

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