Let's Talk Dogs: Best Home Protection Dogs

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  • Shadow Da Rottweiler
    Posted at 09:29h, 27 April

    I also have a Rottweiler who is only 9 months and she shows exceptional guarding of the family and the house. Also very affectionate and loving. Can be stubborn but listens well to training and learns very quickly.

  • Shadow Da Rottweiler
    Posted at 09:29h, 27 April

    Also had a boxer before and they are brave dogs who are also willing to die for you.

  • Zero_Meercat
    Posted at 11:33h, 27 April

    Where’s the ridgeback

  • Miss Lotus
    Posted at 11:36h, 27 April

    What are your thoughts on the Phu Quoc Ridgeback? 🤔

  • AllAhabNoMoby
    Posted at 11:46h, 27 April

    The breeds that are fit to be guard dogs can be separated into 2 groups: one will guard without the presence of a human, the other will not. Many dogs will protect and fight when you are there with them, but will be passive or even afraid when you are not.
    Other dogs are just so territorial that they will always fight.

  • Grace
    Posted at 11:52h, 27 April

    🥰🥰🥰🥰 so much love for your videos I learn something new everytime I watch

  • E U
    Posted at 12:46h, 27 April


  • Soal
    Posted at 13:13h, 27 April

    I have an Anatolian Shepard/Alibi/8% lab. People have come to my house from 5 miles away to find out what kind I found monster is making all that noise. Lol. ..she sounds like a mean ass monster. I didn't appreciate all the visitors!

  • GetMad-TO- GetGlad
    Posted at 13:20h, 27 April

    I just adopted a Rottweiler. He is definitely intimidating looking. He is solid at 110lbs at just a year and half old. He has a great temperament which I was concerned about being he was adopted. He is great and learns commands very quickly. He is the best. I will keep choosing this breed.

  • ᛏᛉᚱ
    Posted at 13:53h, 27 April

    3 types of dogs watch dog, guard dog and personal protection dog.
    Like the first guest said his dog barks to let people know he is there/scare away.

    Guard dog attacks anyone on their property that isn't you or spouse and kids.

    Personal protection dog is like a gun he attacks if you say or if you get attacked. He listens to your commands without hesitation and sticks by your side and won't run off after random people, animals or random things, aka velcro dog.

    This is how I like to look at it

  • Jill Johnson
    Posted at 14:31h, 27 April

    Cattle dog, all day long

  • Older Not Invisable
    Posted at 14:35h, 27 April

    Akita is the best protective dog I’ve ever owned. Stoic , protective, low energy, and quiet. French mastiff is great too if you don’t mind the mess and smell.

  • Blu _Ace
    Posted at 14:42h, 27 April

    How much comparison do Beagles & Boerboels have in the since of stubbornness & any other characteristics they may share I've owned a Beagle from 2.5mnths to 3yrs old & when they are set on something it's no detouring lol love their owners

  • Ryan Pendzik 97
    Posted at 15:05h, 27 April

    Dobermans Rottweiler and German Shepherds in my opinion

  • Texas_Raised_ Texas _Made
    Posted at 15:12h, 27 April

    I may be being biased right now BUT I feel super protected by my pit mix!! Not the 1st pit I have owned(had one growing up but my dad wasn't having it lol,he was 100 pit)but this is the only one I have KEPT and will until his last day. Super loving at HOME,now I will admit his guard is up alot when we are walking around my condo complex or around others but ide rather that because I've had some creepy situations.

  • Corey K
    Posted at 15:20h, 27 April

    We went with a mix that is similar to the old English Bulldog, she is 1/2 pit bull, 1/4 English Bulldog and 1/4 Alapaha blue blood Bulldog.

  • Eliazar Perez
    Posted at 15:27h, 27 April

    For the next show i think I'd be cool to have new dog owners call in for tips on basic dog 101, or people looking into getting dogs or helping those that might have a issue with dog training or diets

  • mrfxm2
    Posted at 16:13h, 27 April

    In the past 37 years, I’ve had 3 cane corsos and I’m on my 7 th Neapolitan mastiff. The Neo is not high energy. It is more alert at night then In the day. They are not concerned with other dogs or squirrels. I’ve seen people post that their Labrador or Shepard or pit is very protective. Some dogs can’t turn off when someone comes to the door. The Neo ha s been bred for “ guardia e difensa”. Guard and defense, not to attack on command. It’s instincts are 3000 years old. The Neo reacts to its owner. If the owner is startled or alarms, the Neo steps in with authority and purpose. When the owner says that it’s ok, the Neo goes to lay down and watch. Most dogs will defend its owner, but there is a big difference here. The Neo is primal. It’s not a special forced, mma, or a fighting dog. It’s a Roman soldier, trained to go forward and take out the threat. No bravado or insecurity, just determination and purpose this slow clumsy dog can move like lightning for 10 feet. It can’t chase an intruder for a block. I’ve never had mine attack an intruder, but it’s like having a tyrannosaurus. If a Neo does attack, the situation is serious. This is their purpose in life, to watch and protect you. They are not fear biters because they are in tune with their owner. No schutzhund training is necessary, as it will destroy the dog. Leave them be, they know their job, dont agitate them.

  • mrzylinder94
    Posted at 16:57h, 27 April

    Elaborate on the topic of finding a dog that matches your lifestyle and expectations. Like the guy who is looking for a running companion but in a broader sense. You can have some guests talk about the demands of different breeds what they do with their dogs and their experience as owners.

    Big up from germany great content as always

  • Ginger Tot
    Posted at 22:22h, 27 April

    We've been trying to find the perfect dog that'll protect the home and make us feel safe on walks, but won't eat our guineapigs, and it's definitely been a challenge. In the past my mother primarily loved the staffordshire bull terrier, because they are every loyal and intelligent, and still retain their muscular appearance to scare off bad news, despite being small.

  • Faraz bro.
    Posted at 22:43h, 27 April

    Bully Kutta.

  • crisP biker 4ever
    Posted at 22:58h, 27 April


  • Google Account
    Posted at 00:07h, 28 April

    I have a Blue Nose Pit X neo mastiff Female she might be 2 months old but she is very alert and watches us outside

  • Zappy Zap
    Posted at 00:25h, 28 April

    dont get a presa/dogo/corso with kids that young. they will knock the kids out playing with them. BUT if you insist on getting one, get a female as they tend to be better with the kids.

  • Zappy Zap
    Posted at 00:28h, 28 April

    For the runner, Dogo argentino. Hands down.

  • MaKaI Miller
    Posted at 01:07h, 28 April

    All I want is a companion if I was really worried I would get a gun livestock dogs are cool though I like anything old and has one heat cycle fluffy and has nice colors like poodle mixes and Australian Shepherds my dog is like 50 pounds and is strong my mom can't walk him he's a pitbull someone once told me he was illegal but I looked it up in my state and he was legal or akitas are cool to a akita poodle mix might look nice

  • Rhodes Kennels
    Posted at 03:51h, 28 April

    My male I created from some bully and bandogge added with some American Staffordshire terrier protects my house hes my pride and joy

  • George Soto
    Posted at 05:35h, 28 April

    The way I see it any dog that’s a medium to large size dog that is well trained has a good temperament and head on it’s shoulders loves it’s owner will be a good dog to protect a family based on instincts but as far as training for personal protection there are certain specific breeds

  • Jayson
    Posted at 06:08h, 28 April

    16:31 Jeff Almosara who wrote in about his Dobie, also owns some of the cleanest Extreme American bullies you’ll ever see. Be cool to hear about his Dogs and program

  • Cynthia Mulligan
    Posted at 06:52h, 28 April

    I own a Caucasian Ovcharka. He’s 5 years old. He lives inside and we have a back yard. He is constantly in protection mode. It’s a big responsibility owning one of these. I worked on our bond the day I got him at 3 months. My home and family are completely safe. He is loving and loyal and mostly likes people. He senses true threats. Despite his size he’s very fast and agile. No negatives so far.