How To Train A Dog To Attack


Imagine having a late night walk with your dog. You are then confronted with a questionable character from a distance. You look at your dog and then think you are safe. Are you really?  Can you confidently say that you have your dog on your side and that he will attack upon your command? A dog instinctively protects its owner. This protection can be evident by the barks, growls, and attacks it throws when threatened. The challenge is helping your dog understand when and what it should attack. Too many dogs have been put away because of attacks on . . .

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