Monthly Archives: August 2019

Helping your protection dog live longer.

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Unfortunately, we currently see a number of protection dogs, as well as pet dogs aging much faster than they normally should. In times past a 6 year old protection dog was still relatively close to its prime. Now, many protection dogs and family pets are slowing down and showing significant signs of aging durning these… Read more »

The history of the Tibetan mastiff protection dog.

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The history of the Tibetan mastiff protection dog is filled with mystery and allure. These extremely large and powerful protection dogs were bred specifically for guard work and to have a very intense and intimidating presence. The Tibetan mastiff protection dog is instinctually possessive and defensive by nature. There are two different type of the… Read more »

The Komondor as a protection dog.

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The Komondor is a protection dog breed that originates from Hungary. At first the Komondor protection dog was developed to protect its flock of sheep. This unique, fearless protection dog was an effective deterant against large predators such as wolves and sometimes bear. Prior to 1920 the Komondor protection dog was strictly a working breed…. Read more »

Ear infections and protection dogs.

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All dogs, even properly bred, healthy, protection dogs can develop ear infections. Infected ears can cause itchy, gunky, smelly and sometimes painful ears. Ear infections are one of the main reasons dogs visit the vet. There are a few very common causes for your protection dogs ears becoming infected. Otitis externa is an infection of… Read more »

Tissue salts for protection dogs.

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Healthy cells are essential for a healthy protection dog. Tissue salts can be used to proved balance to your protection dogs cells. Tissue salts should be given to protection dogs with care and should be discontinued once healing takes place. Tissue salts are low potency homeopathic remedies made from minerals. They can be used to… Read more »