How Do I Make My Dog Mean?

How Do I Make My Dog Mean?

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Sam Basso
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What do you do in order to make your dog vicious and mean?

When people ask this kind of thing, they are wanting a dog that will attack other dogs or people. But, they really don’t understand the nature of a dog, protection dog training, nor the role of a protection dog.

This kind of thing is not a game. It is not an ego trip so you can have the baddest dog in town. There are laws, and innocent people, and your dog to consider.

A vicious dog is useless as a protection dog. Such a dog doesn’t discriminate between who should and shouldn’t be attacked, and isn’t manageable to live with. Professionals don’t want vicious dogs. Even the military, in any country you can think of, which is for the purpose of killing people on command, doesn’t use vicious dogs. The police don’t want such a dog. Nor do security people.

If you are asking this sort of question, then you aren’t qualified to own a protection dog. You don’t know what you are doing. You could end up in the hospital. I know of several dogs that turned on their masters and sent them to the hospital for weeks. And with the current way the laws are being enforced, if your dog attacks offensively, instead of defensively, you have a good chance of ending up in prison for several years.

There are ways to make a dog mean and vicious. I’m not going to tell you how. You will wreck a perfectly good dog, and the dog won’t do what you want anyways.

If you aren’t qualified to drive a car, I’m not giving you the keys.

Sam Basso is a professional dog trainer and behaviorist, in the Phoenix/ Scottsdale metropolitan area. He’s known for being fun, kind, intelligent, and humane. Sam Basso has a unique personal touch. He has appeared on his own TV show, been a guest radio expert, gives seminars, publishes a dog related blog, does rescue volunteering, and is active in promoting animal welfare and fair dog laws.


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