Piranha protection breed? WTF??

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  1. MicksMom

    MicksMom Active Member

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    Some businesses used to rent guard dogs through trainers instead of keeping their own. The dogs would be dropped off by the trainer after hours and picked up again in the morning. To be honest, I don't know if that's still done I read about it in when I was a teenager). I'm wondering if that's what he's talking about. Don't get me wrong, I'm not supporting this guy. After looking at his website, I'm with all of you- the guy's a jerk. Just wanted to point out that "renting guard dogs" can be a legit business (doubt it is with this guy, tho).
     
  2. Sapphire-Light

    Sapphire-Light woof!

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    Some The ones I have seen are confident and very calm

    others I have seen are like a school bully :( , like some in the shows that get barking like really crazy when a person with another dog comes near them, exept one time that a handler came with a female dogue de bordeaux and none of them barked at her, they didn't wanted to get her angry :lol-sign: , except for 2 mini schnauzer and a scottish that didn't mind her size and barked at her :rofl1: but she didn't pay attention at them.
     
  3. Squishy22

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    Yep, I've seen that as well. A guy brought his macho male rottie to a dog park once, and the dog tried dominating and attacking any other dog that got close enough. The man only made himself look like a complete fool. :rolleyes:
     
  4. vomdominus

    vomdominus Prey Drive's a BITCH!

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    I don't doubt it. That dog looks sooooo much like Racker vom Gleisdreieck it's not funny.
     

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