And yet, some of these people that are breaking into homes feel like they have no other choice. It is a scary circle and there seems to be no end in sight. In fact, the circle it getting smaller because reactions are getting faster and people are paranoid. I hope something changes for the better soon. Anyone who has ever had anything stolen from them knows that the effects of the incident are far reaching, and even more so than one may think initially. The feeling of loss and violation that the article mentions is something that have experienced firsthand and never want to feel again.
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D. Profile of a protective family dog. A trainer/breeder advises:. you are looking for the same thing I want . a dog that is: 1 not a liability not aggressive, not attack trained. 2 a loving and trustworthy member of your family 3 suspicious of strangers, yet willing to accept someone whom you say is okay 4 confident enough in his/her opinions to decide when a stranger is a threat, and to back up that threat with growling and possibly attacking if necessary. 5 willing to do anything to protect his/her beloved family. This type of dog is produced through a combination of breeding and training. Although there are exceptions in every breed, the first step would be to decide on which of the protection breeds you want. The protection breeds are Belgians Tervuren, Sheepdogs, Malinois, Bouvier des Flandres, Bullmastiffs, Doberman Pinschers, German Shepherd Dogs, Rottweilers, and recently, Akitas. You want a dog that has the bred in instinct to be suspicious and alert.