Monthly Archives: February 2017

What Is Threat Aggression?

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There are many different types of aggression that dogs can display, and the cause of the aggression is what determines its type. Personal protection dogs should only display one type of aggression, which is threat aggression. What is threat aggression? The simplest way to look at it is justifiable aggression in the face of a… Read more »

The Benefits of a Raw Diet for your Protection Dog

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If you are researching personal protection dogs for sale, it is also important to research the most beneficial diet for them. It is quite possible that the best choice is a raw diet. Just as humans benefit from a nutrient dense diet that focuses on fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds, dogs also experience noticeable… Read more »

History of the Perro de Presa Canario Guard Dog

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The Canary Islands The origins of the Perros de Presa can be traced to the Canary Islands in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, as documented in several books. Hence the name, which translates to “The Canary Dog of Prey”. Spanish Conquistadors had taken over the Canary Islands however it is unknown whether the guard dogs… Read more »

History of the Canis Panther Guard Dog

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Whether you are looking for family guard dogs or personal protection dogs, one of the ultimate pet protectors are Canis Panthers. The breed of dog is defensive minded, suspicious of strangers, very agile, extremely beautiful, and highly intelligent. These guard dogs have a fine nose, a wide jaw and chest, and a heavily muscular body…. Read more »

History of the Black Russian Terrier guard Dog

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Black Russian Terrier The Black Russian Terrier (BRT), also referred to as the Black Pearl of Russia, may seem as rare as a precious jewel. Truth be told, while it is a rare breed, it is known and affectionately accepted on many continents despite not being formally recognized by the AKC as a member of… Read more »

Natural Antibiotics for your Protection Dog

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1928 was a big year for medical science. Sir Alexander Fleming returned to his lab to find a big mess – and a new kind of mold. The mold was able to repel one of the leading causes of death in patients during that day, a bacterium called staphylococcus. Dr. Fleming proceeded to try to… Read more »