Yes would definitely agree with the second part of your post. ...The state of mind can be manipulate imo
blade, some dogs never calm down, some do but are triggered and crazy when the wind blows a leave up in front of them and then bite you for correcting them, see those idiots every single week,
Nice to see a pup with a nice natural balance and yet good drives. These types of dogs are a pleasure to train, work and live with. Training can hide a lot of things, but those undesirable traits are still present in the dog's genome and will most likely be passed on down the line. A dog like this is a treasure these days.
agreed koach, i could resell this boy day one, but wont, have another one here like him as adult that is leaving for canada next week, its a lionel policia slowakia son, when he walks in the room its a pet, activates easy, top work and when its done, he is done, we need more of those
trained behavior never can substitute innate abilities. smart breeding starts with SELECTION of pair with desirable traits for mating to increase odds for re-creation the offspring with similar traits.
in dog under stress an innate always override trained behavior.
duke nice looking pup but never liked when a helper at stage of "fight" start to pet the dog, who supposedly do fighting him. totally wrong approach in protection training with pretty negative outcomes for dog if that dog ever will bump into real confrontation.
thanks valk, but disagree on second part, we have to work towards titling/breed survay, so work that way, if the dog or any dog has the correct balance of drives its no problem, it will shift from prey to civil agression, and dont care about lack of prey item to get triggered by
duke it's not really about prey or civil aggression motives but about developing response to actions of opponent.
to survive and win confrontation with a human, foremost the dog must have control over movement of opponent and do not allow infliction of the harm to itself.
in present circumstances action of helper don't pose threat but that petting hand also may hold the knife as well.
Like him a lot. Good luck with him.
Valk . pose a threat .the pup is 15 week's .you sure do type some shite . So tell us what type of threat would you put on a 15 week old pup .that looks to be a good dog that will hopefully grow to be a grate dog has all the nerve and commitment that would be easily brought along if not bad happens to him along the way
you didn't grasp?
that's not about present moment threat but about imprint of disregard to opponent's movement which will last and one day may cost to that dog a life.
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