TRAINING GUARD DOGS

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Training Guard Dogs

Author : John MacInnes
ISBN : 9781447492658
Genre : Nature
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This is a fascinating read for any guard dog enthusiast or historian of the breed, but also contains much information that is still useful and practical today. Ten photographic illustrations accompany an absorbing and informative text. Contents Include: The Obedient Dog; The First Step; Elementary Lessons; Further Progress; The Intermediate Stages; Advanced Work; Tracking; How Dog Training Has Developed; Rules for Working Trials; and Obedience Tests and Trials. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Category: Nature

Guard Dog Training

Author : Ronald Williams
ISBN : 1973809052
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If you've downloaded and are now reading this book, you're probably doing so for one reason: you're thinking about getting a guard dog. From a survivalist or prepper's perspective, a reliable guard dog is one of the wisest investments you can make. Not only does a dog mean you will have a companion in a time of crisis, it also means you will have an excellent alert and security system for your home or property. That being said, you can't just buy any dog and consider yourself to have a guard dog. Rather, you need to know which specific breeds work best as guard dogs and how to train your dog to give you many years of good service. That's exactly what we're going to discuss in this book. In this beginner's guide, we are going to discuss the following subjects in detail: -The Benefits Of Having A Guard Dog -The Best Breeds Of Guard Dog -Learning Simple Commands -Guard Dog Techniques -Training An Attack Dog -Halting An Attack Dog -Giving Your Guard Dog Alone Time -Training Your Dog To Be Obedient By the end of this guide, you will have a firm and well rounded view of why you need to have a guard dog, the best breeds of dogs for you to consider, and then how to train your dog to become an effective guard dog.
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Guard Dogs

Author : Mary Ann Hoffman
ISBN : 9781433946509
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses the use of dogs as guards and breeds suitable for such work, including dobermans, boxers, and bullmastiffs.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Watch Dogs Their Training Management A Vintage Dog Books Breed Classic Airedale Terrier

Author : E. Richardson
ISBN : 9781447487210
Genre : Pets
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WATCH DOGS: THEIR TRAINING AND MANAGEMENT. By Lieut.-Col. E.H. Richardson. A VINTAGE DOG BOOKS CLASSIC REPRINT. Originally published in 1923, this extremely scarce early work on Guard Dogs is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. VINTAGE DOG BOOKS have republished it, using the original text and photographs, as part of their CLASSIC BREED BOOKS series. The author was Commandant of the British War Dog School during the Great War and was also responsible for several other books on War Dogs. Although he was familiar with the training and management of many different breeds, he will always be strongly associated with his favoured breed, the Airedale Terrier. The book's three hundred and sixteen pages contain sixteen Detailed chapters and are well illustrated with vintage photographs. The Story of the Watch-Dog. The Necessity for a Watch-Dog. Uses of a Watch-Dog. Purchasing a Dog. Training Dogs. Feeding, Exercising and Grooming. A Dog on its Travels. Breeding Dogs and Rearing Pups. The Dog's Health. Kenneling. Man-Tracking as a Protection. Dogs in the Great War. Dogs for the Police. British v. German Police Dogs. Etc. "The first to welcome, the foremost to defend, Whose honest heart is still his master's own, Who labours, fights, loves, breathes for him alone." Byron. This is a fascinating read for any historian or enthusiast of the Guard and Watch-Dog types, but especially for lovers of the Airedale Terrier. The book also contains much information and advice that is still useful and practical today. Many of the earliest dog books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. VINTAGE DOG BOOKS are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Category: Pets

Watch Guard Dogs

Author : Matthew Newman
ISBN : 0896862879
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses the history, training, uses, and breeds of guard dogs, including personal protection dogs and industrial security dogs.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Doing Their Bit

Author : Kimberly Brice O'Donnell
ISBN : 9781913118334
Genre : History
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The Second World War allowed for the utilization of an unprecedented number of dogs for military duties both internationally and among the British Armed Forces. On the British Home Front, civilians responded to calls from the British Army’s War Dogs Training School and the Ministry of Aircraft Production Guard Dog Training School by donating their canine pets for military training and employment “for the duration.” As dogs were instructed in roles with the British Army, the Royal Air Force and the London Civil Defence Region, the distinction between pet and trained working animal became increasingly unclear. While civilians and servicemen alike continued to view military dogs as pets, many also saw trained canines as human-like soldiers “doing their bit,” a depiction promulgated by both the military and the wartime press. Despite the contributions of military and Civil Defence dogs, historians have paid little attention to their employment by the British Armed Forces and on the British Home Front in the First and Second World Wars. In the first comprehensive scholarly account of the employment of British military and Civil Defence dogs in the Second World War, Kimberly Brice O’Donnell traces the development of the British military dog scheme from the British Army’s belated establishment of the short-lived War Dog School and the Messenger Dog Service of the First World War to the more recent employment of canines during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in the early twenty-first century. With a focus on the Second World War, Doing their Bit examines why and how dogs were trained and employed by the British Armed Forces and the London Civil Defence Region and how humans shaped and perceived their use. Utilizing a range of archival material, O’Donnell analyses the performance of guard, military police, patrol, mine detection and rescue dogs in training and on operations by considering the advantages and disadvantages of utilizing canines in such roles. Military and Civil Defence dogs offered a number of advantages over the employment of humans and technological equipment, and the experience gained by dog trainers and handlers during the Second World War led to the continued employment of canines in the postwar period. While the use of horses and other animals has since diminished, the Second World War marked a turning point in the history of the British military dog, ushering in the seemingly permanent training of dogs for police and military roles.
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The Koehler Method Of Guard Dog Training

Author : William R. Koehler
ISBN : 0876055528
Genre : Pets
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Offers guidance in selecting and training dogs for personal protection, plant security, and police work
Category: Pets

Shaping The Wolf Within Your Dog

Author : Nathan B. Childs
ISBN : 9781412012133
Genre : Pets
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Shaping the Wolf Within Your Dog is a comparison study of wolf and dog behavior. It is also a comprehensive guide for living in harmony with dogs. We know dogs are genetically related to the wolf; and both exhibit identical instincts, behaviors, temperaments, and dispositions - and both abide to the law of nature that contends: for any animal grouping to survive, there must be social order and communication between its members. Knowing this, we should learn all we can about wolf behavior, and incorporate that knowledge with our dogs. By learning how pack animals establish social order and communicate with one another, we can use this information to shape our dogs' natural instincts, without having to use food bribes or violence. When we communicate in our dogs' language, we will be able to communicate our leadership. The outcome will be predictable, for we will be using the same methods of an alpha wolf when he establishes and maintains social order with a pack of wolves. We will be shaping the same wolf instincts that are intact and engaged in each of our dogs. Shaping the Wolf Within Your Dog illuminates: The natural behavior of canines The language of canines How alphas lead their packs How alphas discipline and show affection The hierarchy of the wolf social order The natural friendliness, loyalty, and devotion of pack members How to pick the best pup from a litter How to establish social order with pups Basic obedience and off lead obedience Family protection training
Category: Pets