>Hmmm yes we will keep a guard dog around our construction site to scare away intruders.

>Hmmm yes we will keep a guard dog around our construction site to scare away intruders.
>The guard dog with the intruders:

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    because it's not a guard dog, it's a mutt that's so used to be around people that he believes everybody is a friend.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Do people really keep dogs around active construction sites?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I see this happening in SEA countries but I think it's more the case of dogs coming to them for food and shelter

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      In my country it's because they take their dog with them so they aren't locked up at home

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I wish my country wa slike this
        I work at a literal fricking park

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >completely negates your security system

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >people treat their guard dogs like shit with the hopes it will make them mean
    >all a thief has to do is show them some affection and they crumble due to being denied it all their life

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/e9ywnLA.jpeg

      >completely negates your security system

      So why do “guard dogs” even exist then? Are they a meme? How do you make ‘make one’ right?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        only works if theyre vicious pitbulls

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >So why do “guard dogs” even exist then?
        Their main purpose is to bark up a storm whenever someone approaches.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        No they aren’t a meme. They’re actually pretty good for certain things. Primarily as alerts and deterrents. They’ll let you know what’s up and send most robbers, rapists, etc on to the next target whether they’re doing it on a leash in public or in their yard. Some of them will also actually bite the shit out of someone as a bonus. In my experience a pack of them is generally more effective in achieving a bite response and are obviously harder to poison or shoot.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Jesus Christ that must have hurt.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            If Dropbox update wasn’t so fricking moronic I’d post the one I have of a pair of Rottweilers shredding a dude in Asia. There’s one of a few Boerboels jumping a kunta kinte in SA that’s YouTube friendly. And this one of a pack of rotts and Dobermans turning on their handler.

            Finally someone backs this shit up. I’d like to do something similar but with a pack of Kangals or some other large breed. The only concern is getting them to bite the ‘right’ people

            >Someone backs this up
            Packs of dogs being more dangerous is a well known fact. They’re harder to kill, you’re more likely to find that “one” that will actually go get him some and he usually gets the other softer dogs to join in becoming much more lethal, and you have more eyes, noses, and ears to pick up a threat and alert.
            >Kangals
            Kangals are shit for human focused guard work. They are flat out not used for the task in any capacity literally anywhere. They’re livestock dogs. They bark at wolves and bears. They don’t maul humans despite whatever turkroach puppy mill owner on Instagram would lead you to believe with their videos of giant fake chains barking at nothing at the end of a leash.

            >I want to do this with a pack
            For what though? There are three kinds of guard dogs.

            Live stock guardians focused on critter deterrence which is what Kangals are.

            Area denial dogs which are essentially feral and only ever exposed to a single handler at feeding time and no they don’t differentiate “right” from “wrong.” Everything that steps foot in that yard is dead. Rottweilers are famous for that role.

            And personal protection dogs that have to be VERY well trained to function in public but only dangerous up to the end of their leash. Dobermans, Shepherds, really anything big enough to be scary and biddable enough not to be a killing machine.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Here’s the Boerboel video

              %3D

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Finally someone backs this shit up. I’d like to do something similar but with a pack of Kangals or some other large breed. The only concern is getting them to bite the ‘right’ people

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >The only concern is getting them to bite the ‘right’ people
            That's kind of the issue when you want a dog to actively guard against human intruders. You really have to play up their guarding instincts. That means no socialization with individuals outside of your immediate household. Any guests you have over, even if they're family, are intruders to the dog and therefore the dog can never interact with them because they WILL see your guests as a threat, even if you seem perfectly fine with your guests being there.
            If you want a dog that can 'differentiate' you are best off investing in a pre-trained ppd. They should only attack people you specifically tell them to, otherwise they act more as a deterrent and alert system.
            But honestly just get a dog that barks and a gun.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Get the right breed and treat it very well so it loves you and the family

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