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by duke1965 on 16 November 2019 - 08:11

in Austria, a caretaker of the army is killed by two malinois he was supposedly taking care of longer time,be carefull what you wish for

by Hired Dog on 16 November 2019 - 09:11

Duke, I am aware of why you are posting this and for whom thy bells toll, however, it could have been ANY breed that killed that soldier, not just a Malinois, yes?
Would you have posted this with as much delight if it was a GSD? I think not. In the end, any dog that is capable of doing this type of work can kill a human who is not prepared.

by ali44 on 16 November 2019 - 11:11

People want to keep inteligent, highly trained dogs inprisoned in kennel cages and are mesmerized when some of these dogs strike back!
A dog is a pack animal that needs a human leader/ family to live and work with/for! A dog needs both love and discipline to behave properly. Take one of this away and this is the result!

Dawn G. Bonome

by Dawn G. Bonome on 16 November 2019 - 12:11

They are being bred to be bombs ready to go off, and tragically it happened.
I just hope the Sport Dog German Shepherd Breeders are not turning and breeding their dogs into this type of dog.

by duke1965 on 16 November 2019 - 12:11

hired dog, no Delight, after new john wick movie and ISIS leader kill, everybody is on the bandwagon, the high prey/frustration dogs are definately not for everybody, 

and dont think this will occur with GSD easily

by ValK on 16 November 2019 - 13:11

high prey can be without strong aggression and overwhelming aggression can be without any prey at all.
i have seen and handled such type. one can't avoid it if the breeding goal is set to produce a strong dominant dogs
in decent quantity, by default there will be dogs with sharp reactive response to irritating for them triggers.
sort of with "kill first, investigate later" temperament.
nevertheless i agree that high prey merged with strong aggression could be even worse to control, than aggression without prey.


by Falkosmom on 16 November 2019 - 14:11

Let me just put this here. Is this being tested for prior to breeding and what percentages of Mals are testing positive?

by Hired Dog on 16 November 2019 - 14:11

Duke, no Malinois should ever be a pet in my opinion. That is not what they are meant for. The John Wick film, I did not see it, but, I heard about the dogs in it. The ISIS thing, I am so tired of hearing about it and I am sure more then a few idiots will run out there and find a Malinois to emulate Conan.

by Diamondgal on 16 November 2019 - 21:11

Neither the Mal or German Shepherd were created to be military or LE dogs. They SHOULD have remained herding dogs.

Baerenfangs Erbe

by Baerenfangs Erbe on 16 November 2019 - 22:11

I am with Duke.

More and more drive, more and more prey/frustration/possession. We will see more of this. This is just the beginning. The Kid here in PA (I believe) that got killed by Mals, now the Soldier. The same thing happens in the Pit Bull type Mastiffs crosses. High Prey and Frustration kills.


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