Monthly Archives: December 2016

Dangerous Over-Vaccination Is On The Rise

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In this article, we’re going to be talking about a pretty contentious issue: the annual vaccination of personal protection dogs. Not only is annual vaccination unnecessary, it also causes harm to your family protection dog. Despite what we know (or don’t know) about the risk, this procedure has been seen to be on the rise…. Read more »

Top 10 Myths About Pet Food and Nutrition

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Pet food is a huge industry in America, and marketers strive to push the latest formula or so-called prescription diet on dog owners every day. Whether you have trained protection dogs or a fluffy lapdog, finding the right food contributes greatly to its overall health and well-being. Weed through the many myths surrounding what role… Read more »

History of the Doberman Protection Dog

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Seeing the sleek, strong image of today’s Dobermans, it is clear why the breed has become the quintessential personal protection dogs. The first Dobermans however, did not resemble their modern counterparts. Exactly when and how the Doberman came to be is not clear. It is thought that they were first breed in Germany in the… Read more »

What are the Risks of Spay and Neuter?

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There are many reasons to think of adding a protection dog to your household. In contemplating the benefits of personal protection dogs you might also consider the long-term health of those dogs. You make all the health care decisions for your dog, everything from decisions about their diet to medical procedures, like sterilization, our topic… Read more »

History of German Rottweiler Protection Dog

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The intelligent, loyal and protective Rottweiler is a familiar breed of protection dog to many, and are of particular interest to people interested in protection dogs who are known to be excellent at guarding both people and property. The sturdy Rottweiler is considered a working breed, so it makes sense that these dogs are happiest… Read more »

The Bouvier Dog: A History of an Intelligent, Athletic and Loyal Canine

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The Bouvier Breed: Personal Protection Dogs with a Rich History Although it may be difficult to imagine, it turns out that monasteries may be the ancestral home of the Bouvier dog—specifically, Flemish monasteries. It’s important to remember that, back in the Middle Ages, monasteries were constantly under threat from outside invaders. Since these religious institutions… Read more »