Intimidating dog fail
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Sure, a dog might be man’s best friend, but it’s not man’s best home security option.
Though your furry buddies might put up an excellent front of being tough and packed with defensive applications, the sad truth is that they notoriously fail as tools for home and building security.
With surveillance, it does not matter if the police arrived just a bit too late to the crime scene.Reviewing the footage will show them who the perpetrators are and what they took from your home.I suppose you could hook up a webcam on your dog’s collar, but chances are you’ll only get footage of the perp’s legs as well as all the mischief that your dog gets into when you’re not around.Most Dogs are Not Adequately Trained Looking at police, military, security and government dogs, you can tell that they have gone through the proper training to attack any threat and protect their owners.
These dogs have spent virtually all their lives training how to bite or maim targets and safeguard their master at all costs, not bark until the problem goes away.
A dog trainer friend of mine, Karolin Klinck, brought the following story to my attention.