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    Our alarm of choice is a pair of Great Danes.
    2DanesCouchSmaller.jpg

    1 is a 7 year old, 160+ lbs adult and the other is a 15 month old, 140 lb puppy.
    Both on the very large size for female Danes.

    Very loud and very intimidating.
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    UkC/Abkc American Bully. Head the size of a trash can lid and shredded muscle tone at 80 lbs. Psssst dont tell anyone he is a big sissy but his looks would scare most people away.......... Although Im dying right now on the eat his own turds comment,I almost P@*ed myself I laughed so hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreatDanes View Post
    Our alarm of choice is a pair of Great Danes.
    2DanesCouchSmaller.jpg

    1 is a 7 year old, 160+ lbs adult and the other is a 15 month old, 140 lb puppy.
    Both on the very large size for female Danes.

    Very loud and very intimidating.
    Wow! Terrifying.
    It may be that your sole purpose in life is simply to serve as a warning to others.

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    English bulldog. not a very good guard/watch dog :P

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    What kind of dog do you own? Are they a good watch/guard dog?

    Blind shih tzu. Priceless! Just come to my house.

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    Our Boston Terrier is retarded and the other is a small mutt that is pretty good at hearing noises.

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    Re: What kind of dog do you own? Are they a good watch/guard dog?

    Pointer mix (rescue mutt). Great dog, looks like a cow and a beagle had a baby. Very protective of my wife and kids. Oh yeah, and he has horrible posture...uploadfromtaptalk1359070807199.jpg

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    Own a decently big Blue Heeler otherwise known as an Austrailian Cattle Dog. About 60 pounds.

    Smart working dog that has a very deep and throaty bark that scares the **** of people that haven't heard it. Very unique bark. The dog breed are natural working and guard dogs that aren't afraid of anything. They aren't the go for the throats type of dog at first, but will jump at a threat to protect what they need to when needed.

    Great guard/watch dog for sure.

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    Claus is a 1 year old German Rotty. He weighs 130 lbs. I weight 240 and still toss a few weights around. There are times he has totally surprised me with his strength. If you come thru my door and he does not know you well guess what.....you are in the wrong place. No I have not made him mean. It's just there seems to be a 4 yo little girl that he likes a lot that lives here and he might mistake you for someone that wants to do her harm. He is very protective of her. We don't require him to interact with everyone that comes in our house just kids.

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    Ten year old wonderful German Shepherd, eight year old sweet & dumb Westie who thinks he is a GSD, and a ten month old toy poodle. In case of a break-in, the German Shepherd has been practicing throwing the poodle. The Westie will simply breath on the intruder. That's worse than any JHP on the market.

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    We have 2 American Pits. 7 year old Apollo and 3 year old Madison. Both wonderful watch dogs.
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    What kind of dog do you own? Are they a good watch/guard dog?

    This isn't my dog, but she was awesome. Her name is Kim, she was a Security Forces dog deployed with me in Iraq. The dogs needed some training, so the dog handlers were kind enough to let me assist. Having been on the receiving end of what dogs can do with a protective suit, I cringe when I see bad guys getting bit on TV....then I smile because they got what they deserve, and the dog had FUN!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanlouise View Post
    Wow! Terrifying.
    LOL

    Yea, I know, sleeping on the couch does not look very intimidating.

    Knock on the door or try and take their bone away and it is a different story.

    (2 Alpha females)

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    I just can't stay away from this thread.

    The most alert guard / watch dog I have. Looks can be deceiving !

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    I have a Havanese Looks Just like Portugese waterdog only very small 15LBS No sheding Hypoallergenic (no dander) an a joy to own has never peed or pooped in the house in his life you will know if anybodys outside very low growl but if they come in he will lick them to death perfect dog for kids hearty not fragile but not a aggressive bone in their body just a great buddy. Never buy from a store always find a breeder no matter what you get. Good luck

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