Bad Guy Attack Your Child

Michelle with three dogs

What IF some bad guy attacks Your Child?

What do You do IF some bad guy attacks Your Child?
Did You Train your dog to Protect Your Child?

Before you start training your dog to protect you and your family, you must first ensure he is fully competent in the basic commands, including ‘sit’, ‘stay’, ‘quiet’, ‘come’, and ‘down’. Along with this, you need to make sure your pup is fully socialized, or you will have to include this in the training. This means socialized with people and other animals. Of course, there a few things you need to go along with the training, including:

  • Treats: As a reward for the right behavior.
  • Leash: For training and keeping your dog under control.
  • Places to train: Choose several areas where there are other people and dogs.
  • Time to train: Training your dog to be protective is going to take some time.
  • Patience: Your pup needs you to be very patient, your pup will get it figured out soon enough.

The most important thing to keep in mind is that by training your dog to protect, you are only enhancing what is a natural instinct.
Take your time, be patient, and in time your efforts will pay off.

Watch video when the bad guy tries to attack Michelle 4 y.o.

Don't try to do this...

Ebon von Er Nast is a well trained GSD and Rod has a long experience as a decoy.
Michelle grow up with GSD and at Vero Pig Farm, so she can handle animals…
If you or your dog don’t have any traing for this, do NOT try to do it!

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