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Discussion in 'Dog Discussion' started by 440rider, Mar 3, 2006.

  1. 440rider

    440rider Guest

    in lieu of the tant post developing into a discussion on trespassing and theives...what approach DO YOU take in order to keep unwanteds off and out off your property and away from your animals...?
    WITHOUT THE MR MAJESTIC CHARLIE BRONSON DEATH WISH BULLSHIT...what does everyone do to keep their yards safe from thieves unwanted guests WHEN YOU ARE NOT THERE?......IE....
    Survelliance (how do you have it rigged how much?)
    Locked. Wire stitched in collars
    Electric fence...etc.
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  2. lockjaw

    lockjaw CH Dog

    Yellow Tape...shoot first... ask questions last..
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  3. El Mexicano

    El Mexicano CH Dog

    i let kids on our yard aslong as they dont get close to the dogs unless im out with them....if u over 14 hehe u get the knuckles(if u here without permission)
  4. Dobermans, Myself And A 12 Gauge Shotgun And A .380 Cal Semi Auto Pistol.now If You Can Get Through All That You Are Welcome To Have What Ya Want Lol
  5. El Mexicano

    El Mexicano CH Dog

    Dobermans, Myself And A 12 Gauge Shotgun And A .380 Cal Semi Auto Pistol.now If You Can Get Through All That You Are Welcome To Have What Ya Want Lol
    lol hope they dont try that bitch in heat thing lol...........or meat
  6. ABK

    ABK Rest In Peace

    Dobermans, shotgun, attentive neighbors, locks & fencing, fencing, fencing.

    As for meat, you can train them to only eat what you put in their bowl.

    And as for the bitch in heat thing, that's why I use female Dobermans! :D
  7. GSDbulldog

    GSDbulldog CH Dog

    No true yard to guard so to speak, but I've got shady types & unfriendly neighbors (Who have proved to me that they will enter my property.), not to mention dumb*** neighborhood kids who try to come and go as they please.

    I generally have at one 1 or 2 GSDs around the yard, but when their not there, I've got the best damn guard dog:


    Other than that, I had a friend install two cameras, one in either side of the yard. I can't remember how much it cost, but I'm guessing about $100? I have motion sensitive lights too, which don't really do anything. . . But hey. . .

    I also have electric wire running along the top intermost part of the fence, so if someone were to put there hands up to climb it, they get surpised ;)
  8. DryCreek

    DryCreek CH Dog

    LOL, that works for sure, and bitches tend to be more territorial do they not?
  9. well actually i never trained them for this mexicano but they wont eat anything i dont feed them even bacon a friend of mine tried to give them bacon wouldnt take it sniffed it and turned and walked away so i had diffrent friends try everything and they will not take anything i dont give them,as far as the bitch in heat thing i have a male and a female so while he is doing his buisness the female can take up the slack.lol
  10. ABK

    ABK Rest In Peace

    I don't know about more territorial, but are at least as territorial as the males but are more focused on the task at hand. Males are easily distracted & want to fight too much. These have been my first female guard dogs & I doubt I will ever use a male again!

    What's funny is I think one of my Dobies is a raging feminist - if a strange man tries to come into the yard she goes right for his privates & it's not for a friendly sniff!! She was not taught this either, it's something she came up w/ on her own.
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  11. DryCreek

    DryCreek CH Dog

    OMG that is so funny, does she do the snort,snuffle thing too LMAO
  12. ya know i have seen dobies come up with alot of their own little quirks that they do they are by far my second favorite dog after the bulldogs.and they are fantastic guard dogs for your property granted you can take care of them right and you know how to control this type of large agerissive dog,because they can be down right scary when they wanna be.and that means like bulldogs that they are not for everybody.so if you are thinking on getting one be sure and do your homework on the breed.
  13. SEAL

    SEAL CH Dog

    shot gun with rock salt or rubber bullets and a good ole mutt. if the dog doesnt scare you youll think your dead when the gun goes off.
  14. ABK

    ABK Rest In Peace

    Dry Creek: No, she does not do any snuffling or snorting. She goes there to bite.

    Seal: You are right on there! lol.
  15. Saiyagin

    Saiyagin Guest

    First you need a fully enclosed yard with locks on every door and barb wire on the fencing enclosure. For your most valuable dogs use a chain coller with a big strong pad lock. The most important and best item is the SECURITY VIDEO CAMERA.
  16. DryCreek

    DryCreek CH Dog

    Wow, you should name her Skinner.;)
  17. ABK

    ABK Rest In Peace

    lol. Maybe I'll change her name to David. Wasn't David the one who in the Bible brought King Saul 200 Philistine foreskins?

    The first time I saw her do it I thought the meterman's jewels were going to be toast. Luckily, I was there & called her off. When he saw her going for him he froze stock still. He's a better person than I am b/c she got awful close & if it was me I'd at best covered myself & jumped a mile high or at worst brained her w/ my mag light. lol.
  18. the_flamingo

    the_flamingo Top Dog

    Damn good neighbors work for me. If even one person approches my house they don't know or are expecting I get a phone call. Plus, my mother stays there most of the time while I'm at work. ;)

    (And one of my neighbors is an animal control officer...he keeps an eye out for me and keeps other off my back. ;) Got a note from the Animal Control once talked to him and he took care of it so I don't get a note again. :) )
  19. see flamingo you got friends in the right places lol
  20. the_flamingo

    the_flamingo Top Dog

    You sure about the chain collar thing? I've read over and over chains used as a collar aren't good for the dog. Don't think I'd ever use one.

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