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    I decided to start protection training my Olde English Bulldog Moe


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    Default Re: Protection Training "Moe" building prey drive

    So what is the purpose of having him chained up?
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    I'm not sure I understand. Are you trying to make him viscous?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidh View Post
    So what is the purpose of having him chained up?
    To get him worked up and agitated building his aggression toward a threat building his confidence. You control when he gets the bite and you can reward him when he does.

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    I'm not sure I understand. Are you trying to make him viscous?
    Making a dog vicious and protection training are very different. A protection is controlled, socialized, and stable. My dog will let anyone pet him safe with kids and other pets but if an intruder was to break into my house he would be a totally different dog.

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    Are you in Shuzthund training? I am not a fan but understand the use of it for certain breeds, GSD, Cane Corso, Rotties, Pit Bull, American Bulldogs, etc. never heard or seen an OEB or EB
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    Quote Originally Posted by njgautier View Post
    Making a dog vicious and protection training are very different. A protection is controlled, socialized, and stable. My dog will let anyone pet him safe with kids and other pets but if an intruder was to break into my house he would be a totally different dog.
    Oh ok. I didn't understand because I have never seen anything like that. Do you live in a high crime area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutus77 View Post
    Oh ok. I didn't understand because I have never seen anything like that. Do you live in a high crime area?

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    I don't live in a high crime area, but I feed my dogs daily and invest my time and love into them I want to know they can protect me if ever need be. Dogs love to work.

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    Ok.

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    You better hope your dog 100% understands the difference between who he is, and isn't supposed to get aggressive with.

    Aside from that ...

    How many times have you needed protection from a dog in the past?

    If the answer is zero, like it is for me, even pushing 40 years old ... then I would ask myself why I am really doing this.

    I could tell people its because I want a dog who will protect me.

    But it may in fact be that I just want a dog who can get scary on queue and that feeds my ego.

    Just speaking for myself of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njgautier View Post
    I don't live in a high crime area, but I feed my dogs daily and invest my time and love into them I want to know they can protect me if ever need be. Dogs love to work.
    I feed and invest my time into my children as well but I don't chain them to a wall. I'm sorry if I am being Judgemental, but I just don't understand your reasoning.

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    Default Re: Protection Training "Moe" building prey drive

    after reading the comments, I'm not planning on watching the video.
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