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Guard Dogs
Using guard dogs can enhance a homes security.
             
             

 

 
 
 

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Guard dogs are a popular choice for animal lovers looking to add some additional security. While a dog may not completely replace the benefits of a home security system, a good trained guard dog can keep the house and family safe.

Some dogs which are often chosen for this role include Doberman Pinchers, Bull Mastiffs, Rottweilers, and German Shepherds. The reason these breads are chosen is because they have built-in territorial instincts. Their size and deep barks also make a great burglar deterrent.

Training Guard Dogs
Since guard dogs are potentially dangerous animals, they need special training to insure family safety. Breeds that make the best guard dogs can also be aggressive. Therefore, guard dogs should always be professionally trained. Ultimately, you want an animal that can be easily controlled, yet is territorial about your property.

It's important to remember that owning a trained guard dog is just like having a loaded weapon. Picking the right breed for the family and property size as well as training go beyond the scope of this book. If considering a guard dog please obtain professional advice.
 

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