Advanced Dog Protection Training?? More than just sit/stay.

Advanced Dog Protection Training?? More than just sit/stay.

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    Advanced Dog Protection Training?? More than just sit/stay.

    So, I have a large dog and would like to take him to work with me. Because of what my night job entails I would like to take him to some sort of training that is more advanced somewhere along the lines of police training. Obviously, I don't want him trained to attack on command, but I would like to have him trained to react to instances and show himself if there is a threat.

    I have already trained him around firing guns and he is capable of sitting quietly while shots are fired. I followed what I saw on the military channel for k9 training for teaching dogs not to bark with guns. I would just like to train him somehow to respond to a threat if I am forced to engage one.

    Has anyone done something like this with their home dog. Or have any ideas how I can go about doing this. I tried searching the net but the only class I found you have to be medically impaired to have your dog in it.

    Thanks.


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    See if you can find a local Schutzhund school.
    This will teach both you and your dog the qualities you are looking for.
    You can leave out the things you don't really want to do.
    It will make you and your dog happier in general.
    It is a basis for good obedience.
    I use the training every single day; even in common tasks for around the house or in the yard.
    The training can also save your dog's life in instances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doberguy View Post
    See if you can find a local Schutzhund school.
    This will teach both you and your dog the qualities you are looking for.
    You can leave out the things you don't really want to do.
    It will make you and your dog happier in general.
    It is a basis for good obedience.
    I use the training every single day; even in common tasks for around the house or in the yard.
    The training can also save your dog's life in instances.
    This is good advice...

    What kind of dog do you have? What is his temperment? Does he enjoy working, or is he a bum?
    "Just blame Sixto"

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