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Learn More About the Doberman


The history of the Doberman

 

The Doberman breed was developed in Germany in the late 19th century. It owes its name to a tax collector named Louis Dobermann, who lived in the district of Thuringia. His job involved moving around with money and this made him a potential target for bandits. As he was also the town dogman, Dobermann was often accompanied by a dog for protection. In order to have a loyal and protective companion, he began to breed dogs, until achieving the first

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Interpreting DNA Test Results for Von Willebrands Disease


(Information from Vet-Gen)

 

What is von Willebrand’s disease?

Von Willebrand’s disease (vWD) is a common, usually mild, inherited bleeding disorder in people and in dogs. It is caused by a lack of von Willebrand factor (vWF), which plays an essential role in the blood clotting process. Normally the body responds to an injury causing bleeding through a complex defense system. This consists of local changes in the damaged blood vessels, activation of blood cells called platelets, and the coagulation process. A reduction in von Willebrand factor leads to abnormal platelet function and prolonged bleeding times.

Three forms of the disease are distinguished based on

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Laizhou Hong


Laizhou Hong

Laizhou Hong also known as the Chinese Red Dog, or The Red Dog of China.

Not much information on the breed other than it’s known to have its origins in Shandong province in China. In the 19th century, that province (as well as some other parts of China) was colonized by Germans after Jiao Zhou Bay and Qingdao Peninsula were leased from the Ching Dynasty in 1898. These people arrived in Qingdao Peninsula with their dogs, and after years of breeding their Great Danes and German Shepherd Dogs with local dogs, including the Shandong Xian Hound, the Laizhou Hong was established

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How Kids Should and Should Not Interact with Dogs


How Kids Should and Should Not Interact with Dogs, Any Dog, Any Breed, Protection Trained or Not

When a child is bitten by a four-legged family member, it can turn the household upside-down. Owners feel puzzled and confused. “They sleep together all the time,” they might say, or, “He’s always been really good. He even lets Timmy sit on him.” In a majority of cases, the bite seems out of the blue. The humans can’t fathom why their once-trusted companion would bite an innocent child. But anyone who reads “dog” or can see life from the pet’s point of view would

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The Different Dog Sports


The dog sports listed below are just that, a  sport. They represent good training and  demonstrates the dog’s abilities and traits on a field doing routines he has been trained to do. However, a sports dog may not necessarily protect in real life unless they are cross-trained for real protection. We may or may not begin with a dog that has been trained in these dogs sports, after all it assures we have a capable dog with specific traits that are required for protection, but regardless the dog is entered in our program and crossed trained and reprogrammed for real

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Children and Protection Dogs


Children and Protection Dogs

Children-Protection Dogs

Children-Protection Dogs

As a parent, you would do anything to protect your child. But what about the times when you cannot physically be around or times when a threat comes up unexpectedly. Even if you do not see these situations coming, or if you are unprepared for them, a protection dog will be. Protection dogs are professionally trained to serve as a faithful friend and guardian for your whole family, especially your children.

A protection dog from High-Class K9 offers the ideal combination of protective instincts and professional training with a calm, affectionate temperament that is well-suited for families with

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Five Ways a Personal Protection Dog Can Have a Positive Impact on One’s Life


Five Ways a Personal Protection Dog Can Have a Positive Impact on One’s Life

Personal Protection Positive Impact

Personal Protection Positive Impact

Unfortunately, crime is on the rise and families are looking for a variety of ways to protect themselves and their possessions. Some choose to protect their homes and businesses using sophisticated alarm systems. These security alarms are high tech as they can be controlled from a smartphone or a remote computer, and folks can hear and view anything that is happening in their home or business from anywhere in the world. Others choose to use one of the oldest and most reliable forms of protection that has been around since the beginning of mankind,

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Personal Protection Dogs Increase Safety


Personal Protection Dogs Increase Safety

Personal Protection Dogs Increase Safety

Personal Protection Dogs Increase Safety

Dogs can be more than just man’s best friend. As dogs have evolved over time, they have developed a love and loyalty to their owner. This loyalty has been the basis for deep friendships between dogs and their owners for many years, including a natural instinct protect said owner in whatever situation may arise. 

Protecting the Community

Police departments use well trained K9s for protection and to help track down missing persons. Police also use K9 protection dogs to track and take down criminals. A dog’s sense of smell is remarkably superior to ours.

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Common Misconceptions About Personal Protection Dogs


Common Misconceptions About Personal Protection Dogs

Misconceptions Personal Protection Dogs

Misconceptions Personal Protection Dogs

There are any number of major misconceptions that people have about personal protection dog training (PPD). Many of those preconceived ideas are based on a modicum of facts that have been clouded over the years by personal feelings with a little fiction thrown in. On top of that, the Internet provides a ton of both good and bad information. Much of it can be trusted, but most of it can’t. So, what are those misconceptions and what are the real answers? Well, here are just a few:

My Own Untrained Dog Can Protect Me

Everyone’s

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Personal Protection Dogs: Better Than a Gun or Alarm System?


Personal Protection Dogs: Better Than a Gun or Alarm System?

Protection Dog vs Gun

Protection Dog vs Gun

Few things are as terrifying as having your own safety or the safety of your family threatened by a violent person. Even the thought of this kind of danger can be quite disconcerting. Learning of a home invasion or assault in your community may have you considering what you can do to protect yourself, your family, and your property. Perhaps you have considered getting an alarm system or purchasing a gun. Another option you should consider is a personal or estate protection dog. Ensuring your personal safety and the safety of your family

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