Not a manual, but a description of the work and training of five types used for security. They are the Image Dog (no protection training: may be just a huge idiot who looks fierce); the Alarm Dog (a barking fool at strange noises and persons); then the Threat, Guard and Special Security dog who need special training. After a history of the dog and his wild ways (ignoring for the most part the docile “”jackal”” strain) and his uses for security past and present, the author discusses preparation and varieties of performance. Throughout he urges intelligent, sensitive, never cruel schooling–and never, never should the amateur attempt it. There is also a list of preferred animals for guard training. (Kirkus Reviews)
The Guard Dog: Maximum Protection for You, Your Home, and Your Business
Not a manual, but a description of the work and training of five types used for security.
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