Guard dog Attack training German Shepherd/Malinois k9-1.com

Personal protection attack dog training video of a 7 month old German Shepherd/ Belgian Malinois mix puppy. Although this dog isn’t old enough to do real guard dog it is being prepared to do real protection work… sort of like sending a child to karate class. He will finish guard dog training at about 18 months old. Quality takes patience, respect, and knowledge. If a dog is trained with yelling and intimidation…how do you expect them to do protection work on a yelling man? Beware of people who sell (aka schutzhund trained dogs) as “personal protection dogs. are trained to look pretty doing specific protection routines on a training field and may be confused in a real situation when there is not a bite sleeve or protection suit to bite. Also these types of protection dogs are trained to take stick hits instead of avoiding them and attcking that arm. This is because you can’t hold the stick with an arm within sleeve and schutzhund is a sport that is meant to prove a dogs bravery and show they are worthy of breeding, therefore they are trained to take stick hits that are always used with a stick that won’t really hurt the dog and are always hit on safe spots of the body. This is setting the dog up for failer when they must fight a person for real that is planning on hitting them in the head with an iron bar. Anyway, I hope you enjoy the dog training video of Matrix… another client dog trained by K9-1 Specialized Dog
Video Rating: 4 / 5


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Comments

    • Kakabeblen
    • May 14, 2011

    Ok I had to pause the video to write this:
    As much as I think this training method and this video are GREAT and WELL DONE, I must say that Giant Schnauzers are EXCELLENT guard dogs, I have no idea why you wrote that “beware” comment, they preform very well, and they do serve as work dogs in police and military around the world.
    The reson why they are worse than german shepherd is due to the fact that they bond TOO MUCH with their owner. Not enough room in this box to explain.
    Again, good video

    • josephmanik
    • May 14, 2011

    I am thinking of getting a pair of German Sheperd/Malinois mixed male pups for guarding both indoors and in the yard. I have heard that getting 2 males is problematic because of potential fights and injuries, but I have figured that with some professional training, it could be alright. I have had a Malinois in the past and I have raised mixed-breed pups before. Does anyone here know of a good reason why not to do this, or if another breed might be a better choice? Any advice would be appreciated

    • CocoGoddess143
    • May 14, 2011

    @Reptornicus its not hard to teach a pit bull to attack a human at all. Very easy. Its allin how u train them. I’ve bred vicious breeds of pits that r trained to fight and made them house dogs for my 4 children. I’ve bred them and all the above. They can be trained to do anything!!! U need to study them or train them yourself to see. German shepherds r jus easier to train haven’t had one yet but im gettin oe!!!

    • Reptornicus
    • May 14, 2011

    @CocoGoddess143 Of course they can. but its more hard then with GS. Pitbull normal reactione whem he see human come to him is to be friend with him not defend against him or bite him.Pit was breed for diferent things so i dont agree with pit in defence traning or at protection work His place is elswhere. And if someone want dog for guard and defend buy GS he is best at it. And dont spoil breed with work for what he wasnt breed thats why they have badf rep.

    • camquitt
    • May 14, 2011

    you are stupid

    • camquitt
    • May 14, 2011

    why would you do something like that to that pee/poo

    • Talziemistle
    • May 14, 2011

    That’s a very smart dog, well done. ^^

    • KICKASS4661
    • May 14, 2011

    Lol bush his ass

    • Bladdze
    • May 14, 2011

    @josephmanik My advice would be never get two pups at the same time, especially from the same litter as it will lead to problems with training as the dogs will form a closer bond with each other than you. maybe get one dog and when it gets older get anther puppy?

    • WheresThaHate
    • May 14, 2011

    i always wanted to get pwned by one of these.

    • akh00il
    • May 14, 2011

    i wish my dog is like this….he is just a lazy ass

    • AufabilityK9
    • May 14, 2011

    what;supwithyourdogcontrol?

    • AufabilityK9
    • May 14, 2011

    what;supwithyourdogcontrol?Youfailasatrainer

    • AufabilityK9
    • May 14, 2011

    what;supwithyourdogcontrol?Youfailasatrainer
    Matrick..goodboy..comehere..goodgirl..

    • mstrhck
    • May 14, 2011

    @MASTERBLASTER118 These dogs are trained that they ALWAYS win…The more confidence you can give your dog, the more confident it will be. 🙂

    • XSniPeRUaEX
    • May 14, 2011

    You Have been training your dog write but it is wrong because 1 person must be with him if 1 person he will attack him with no mercy.

    • SaintDre7
    • May 14, 2011

    This was incredible!! G’damn it I wanna train dogs

    • mrrodneyalong
    • May 14, 2011

    man, why did you give up? you were wearing him down!- LOL

    • XxVeiinxX
    • May 14, 2011

    This is prefect and exactly how it should be done, my baby girl knows how to do this, the dog should ALWAYS release and come when you call it, great vid 😀

    • Lavenfrost
    • May 14, 2011

    @Kakabeblen
    You are right about the Giant Schnauzers, however, what the video is referring to is Schutzhund, which refers to a dog sport in which dogs “attack” an aggressor without actually being trained as protection dogs. As a part of the sport, these dogs are trained to bite a sleeve and no other part of the body. An actual protection dog will bite whether a protective sleeve is present or not. Hope that helps clear things up a bit!

    • AufabilityK9
    • May 14, 2011

    hhahahahahahahaahahahhaahhahahahahaha…ha

    • jon780
    • May 14, 2011

    wow that is incredible, what an amazing dog

    • OooHesGood
    • May 14, 2011

    k9leashes dot COM … great for aggressive or big dogs, for everyones saftey!!

    • vonriker
    • May 14, 2011

    Haha are you kidding .. seven months old that dog should be working bite development . All I saw was a poor nip. That you could have caught on your bare arm. No intensity no drive. Poor bite foundation . Fix it man I’m sure its a nice dog

    • savannar75
    • May 14, 2011

    i hv a german sheperd she is cool but isnt a k9 but tht is amazing!! =)

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