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Re: Looking for protection dog training around Edmonton
Posted by Artie on 1/7/2011, 11:04 pm, in reply to "Re: Looking for protection dog training around Edmonton"
Thanks guys. From what I have heard, Sentry encourages giving dogs a firm physical correction which I find to be unnecessary for my dog, who listens if I just raise my voice. What do you do Stan and where are you located? My dog is obedience trained and listens to my commands 99% of the time. He is only 7 months old. Also, he is a little shy, though I have spent A LOT of time with him, socializing him and etc. He is a strong prey drive towards people, chasing people who run, but listens to my off commands. He does not play tug with me. From what I have read, his shyness and unwillingness to play tug, make him unsuitable for guard/protection work. Is this true in your opinion?
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