Are you wondering what will be the right dog breed for your family and your lifestyle? Most families are often unsure about what breed of dog to consider. Trust me; it is an overwhelming experience that might leave you with a lot of confusion. The good thing is that we are here to help you out regarding how to choose the right dog breed for your family. When looking for a personal protection dog, it’s
There are many reasons to want a protection dog – personal protection, protection of property, or simply knowing when a visitor is at the door. But what about when you’re not experiencing a threat? What happens to your protection dog on a regular day?  Sadly, canines as protectors get placed in an awful light sometimes, when in actuality, the characteristics that make them furious defenders are also the ones that make them wonderful pets. We’ll
(by Stephen Weru) So, you’ve decided you want a protection dog. However, you’re not sure of the best dog to get. So much to consider.  What dog breed should you get?  What dog temperament and personality type best suits your lifestyle?  Where do you get the best dog breeds from? Besides these questions, you also have to consider intelligence, obedience, strength levels, and adaptability… gender… which begs the question: Are female protection dogs better than
(​by StephenWeru​) You’ve been thinking of getting a personal protection dog. From your research, you’ve encountered multiple posts arguing that​ ​Belgian Malinois​ are among the best protection dog breeds around. And for good reason… These short-haired, fawn-colored canines come with all the natural characteristics of a protection dog. They are athletic, intelligent, always alert, and confident. However, that’s not all it takes to make an excellent protection dog. The ability of a Belgian Malinois to
(by Louis Toffoli)  Since the first recorded dog breed, dogs have been used to protect their owners and property. With naturally loyal and protective personalities, many dog breeds were initially bred solely for the purpose of protection.  You are probably familiar with dog breeds said to be naturally protective, such as German Shepherds, Rottweilers, or Doberman Pinschers. But, are the natural protective instincts of a dog enough to offer the owner adequate protection?  This article