Today we discuss protection dogs with Joe Ryals of FortressK9.com. Joel has appeared on TSPC before but it was quite a few years ago so I thought it was a good idea to get him back on the show. Many people have a real misunderstanding of what makes a good “protection dog” and most really don’t understand the term.
We are not talking the simple “watch dog” here that guards a home or property. Nor are we talking the kind of dog that military or police use, though the breeds are often similar. The military mostly uses dogs to find explosives and LEOs use them to apprehend suspects and to find drugs and other items.
A protection dog is trained to go anywhere his handler takes him, to be obedient at all times and to be in control at all times. When used to actually protect to fight to win, not to subdue and to immediately be called off when the time to do so comes. These dogs are specifically trained and designed to serve their handlers as steadfast protective warriors.
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