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Old 12-23-2016, 04:29 AM   #8 (permalink)
Ewa Kozlowski
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Status: Junior Member
Training: Schutzhund
Join Date: Jun 2016
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Re: Personal Protection Trainer

After reading you answers I would like a dog that will alert me to any danger and behave like he will bite.
Somebody once described a dog that I would like to be:
"A PPD should not leave it's person. It is not there to chase people or to run them off. Protection dogs should always remain with the person they are protecting. On every occasion when someone was in or attempting to get into my house, Sabi remained silent and with me, because it wasn't the house she was protecting.
As a rough example, at approximately 20 feet Sabs would let me know they were there, at approximately 10 feet she would warn them off, at anything nearing arms length, under 6 feet, she would engage a threat. If they backed away she let them, if they gave up she let them. If at any point I asked her to leave it she would and if at any point I asked her to watch it she would. If I was down she maintained a perimeter. And while she recognized uniforms, she did warn a couple of officers for walking up to close behind me.
Rather then lunging, barking fools, PPD's must be in most cases the best of the best. They need to be able to discern between the general public and a threat, they must be able to override their desire to chase and remain on alert to protect all without burning out or making a mistake."
Does it make sense?
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