Personal Protection Dog. Muzzle Attack (k9-1.com)

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Mouse of K9-1 is a really easy to manage and social canine with individuals, various other dogs, as well as kids. His defense training is really significant. After 2 injuries on the decoys, he could only be worked safely with a muzzle. He will certainly prevent a bite sleeve or bite suit as well as opt for an opening with skin. Extremely significant inquiries could contact us through our website about Mouse. Selectively reproduced for his tough to discover combination of qualities by K9-1 Specialized Pet Dog Training.

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26 Responses to “Personal Protection Dog. Muzzle Attack (k9-1.com)”
  1. RealLoveUnknown says:

    awesome dog!!

  2. lLastShadowl says:

    Do you guys offer training sessions? I just got my own GSD and she is 11 weeks old. I really want to start her off right with training and socializing. I also want her to be protection trained like this here, but would prefer professionals to handle that.

  3. lLastShadowl says:

    Do you guys offer training sessions? I just got my own GSD and she is 11 weeks old. I really want to start her off right with training and socializing. I also want her to be protection trained like this here, but would prefer professionals to handle that. Or if anyone knows of some good sites besides these guys to check, that would be awesome too! Thanks K9-1 family!

  4. BigRedUSMC says:

    I wish I could get my GSD pup trained like this! It’s a shame he’s very motivated to work and train. Great video guys!

  5. xmldigitz1 says:

    What a beast of a dog

  6. MC MONSTER says:

    perfect

  7. MC MONSTER says:

    perfect

  8. Amanda Wadena says:

    WOW…nobody can dispute this boy’s seriousness, that’s for damn sure.

  9. Southpaw says:

    What a good boy 🙂

  10. Cheyenne McTyre says:

    If he can’t be worked safely without being muzzled why is he still being used in this way?

  11. joeshmoe12301230 says:

    You guys are awesome. I was a member of your site used your foundation style training to bring my GSD up to a good level of general obedience. It worked great. Very effective, straight forward and makes more sense than any other style of training I’ve found. I’ve recommended your company to every dog owner I’ve ever met. It’s great because an owner can do it on their own with the system you’ve created.

    I wish I lived near you guys (or you had a satellite group on the west coast) so I that I could do personal protection work. There isn’t anyone like you here. I don’t have the knowledge, and if I did, I don’t have the equipment or help to do it (it definitely takes a team like you guys have to do what you do). Everyone is into the schutzhund stuff around here, and they think it’s the “end all-be all” of dog training. But I don’t want or need another hobby, and that’s all it is. A sport. The people I’ve talked to here are so sure that their dogs would be awesome protection dogs, but there is so much more to it. They don’t train for escape, and train their dogs to attack the arm opposite the of a weapon (who wants their dog to get beat or stabbed just to prove they are fearless?) etc. etc. I want a dog that stops the threat and can get away safely in the most effective manor. I don’t want to train a dog that I hope will bite someone not wearing a suit, and possibly get stabbed to death to have the attacker turn on me or my family with the weapon.

    Keep up the good work fellas…

  12. Marwanx says:

    what The type of this dog?

  13. ISH LOVE says:

    The facility needs a lot of cleaning

  14. M. Landrum says:

    I’ve never seen a more perfect example of why serious dogs need serious training. Kudos to your entire team, you do good work.

  15. qnasty67 says:

    lol this is actually funny as hell to

  16. gunforme says:

    Wow. That is an awesome dog. He really throws himself into the work. You can really see the drive in that dog.

  17. Ruth Fuentes says:

    How do you guys train to protect? I have a 17 week old Rottie, she has her basic commands down with some funny commands, I would like her to learn to protect cause I will be using her to go on runs. Just would like to know the first steps, or when I should start her on it.

    • lifeisgood070 says:

      +Ruth Fuentes ever figure it out? Sounds like an awesome idea.

    • smgs921 says:

      find a personal protection trainer near you. it’s not something that you should attempt on your own. training can start as early as 8 weeks, but your rottweiler needs to already have the protective nature in their genes. in most cases with a good strong bond if the situation ever arises and someone tries to harm you a powerful protective breed such as a rottweiler will step up and protect you. not always the case but alot of the time.

  18. Roxanna Possin says:

    Definitely the right breeding after seeing his mom bite through a sleeve and the way his dad is too. Mouse is definitely the result of good breeding way to go boy

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