Shaping up the dog's bite
Preparing the dog's bite ensures the maintenance of the mental balance of the future guard dog. Working with the rag and habituating top threats constitute the basis of this training. After the dog has learnt to bite the rag, the sachet or special training batons, we can move on to an upper level, i.e. biting a specially-designed sleeve, so that the dog might execute in the end a full and powerful bite on the protection suit.
Attack upon command
Regardless of the situation, the dog shall bite both from the leash and without a leash only upon the master's command (biting the hand sleeve, the leg sleeve and eventually the protection suit).
Once the dog wears a muzzle, it can hit the perpetrator. The muzzle attack may be carried out by any dog accustomed to the muzzle.
The dog let loose within the perimeter (house, site) will attack, bite and immobilize any perpetrator within the premises. The launched attack may be performed with one or several dogs.
When the master's life is jeopardized, the dog will attack and bite any person without receiving a command from the master.
Except for the family members, any intruder who will try to break in the lodging where the dog is – in order to steal or destroy – will be bitten and immobilized by the dog.
If the dog left in the car is given the guard command, any person approaching the car will be bitten and immobilized, except for the master.
After being trained for object security (a purse, safe, assets and values), the dog will bite any hand attempting to steal the object confided to it, except for the master's hand.
CRISTIAN O. - international trainer in dog training,
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