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Top Ten Security Dogs

The Bullmastiff
The Bullmastiff

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The Doberman Pinscher
The Doberman Pinscher

Sleek and powerful, possessing both a magnificent physique and keen intelligence, the Doberman Pinscher is one of dogkind’s noblemen. This incomparably fearless and vigilant breed stands proudly among the world’s finest protection dogs.

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The Rottweiler
The Rottweiler

Rottweiler Guard Dogs Are Rottweiler's big and scary. . . .or just big teddy bears? One of the things I love most about Rottweiler guard dogs is that they're actually both.

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Giant Schnauzer
Giant Schnauzer

The Giant Schnauzer is an extremely intelligent, large, energetic, strongly territorial dog whose life is oriented toward his owners. If he is the right dog for you, he is one of the most rewarding breeds to own, but this is also a demanding breed, and should not be casually added to a household.

Great Dane
Great Dane

The Great Dane is much more of a “watchdog” than a “guard dog.” The phrase “it’s bark is worse than it’s bite” is very applicable to the Dane, as their bark is quite intimidating, but will do very little to actually deter an intruder if one got into your home.

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Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog
Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

The Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog is dutiful and quickly trainable. This breed is named as such for its streak of "royalty." It is a great watch and guard dog. They will fight to the death to defend their owners and make excellent companion dogs. Excellent with and protective of children. These are active, athletic and mindful dogs with a lot of heart.

Beagle
Beagle

Beagles are conveniently-sized, handsome and easy-to-groom, friendly with people, peaceful with other pets. And with their appealing soulful expression, it's perfectly natural that many people consider them as potentially wonderful pets. However, Beagles were developed as hunting hounds.

Bernese Mountain Dog
Bernese Mountain Dog

The Bernese Mountain Dog (German: Berner Sennenhund) is a large-sized breed of dog, one of the four breeds of Sennenhund-type dogs from the Swiss Alps. The name Sennenhund is derived from the German Senne ("alpine pasture") and Hund ("dog"), as they accompanied the alpine herders and dairymen called Senn.

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Boston Terrier
Boston Terrier

Originating in the city of Boston, Massachusetts, the Boston Terrier is one of the few breeds developed in the USA. The original Boston Terriers were a cross between the English Bulldog and the now extinct English White Terrier.

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Brittany
Brittany

The name "Brittany" is taken from the Brittany region in northwestern France where the dog originated. Images of orange and white Brittany-like dogs hunting and retrieving game were first seen on tapestries and paintings from the 17th century.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is not a dog for people who aren' t looking for a constant, close companion. A Cavalier lives and dies for his human, and pines when his human is away. My dogs have even been known to howl piteously when I lock them out of the bathroom.

Curly-Coated Retriever
Curly-Coated Retriever

A Curly Coated Retriever puppy needs more socialization than other retrievers to develop a confident temperament. Many have sensible protective instincts and may not welcome strangers into their homes as will a Golden or Labrador Retriever.

Golden Retriever
Golden Retriever

Because they are so friendly that if a robber came to the house your Golden Retriever would wag his tail, lick the persons hand, him the person his belly to rub and invite him in.

Irish Wolfhound
Irish Wolfhound

The Irish Wolfhound does best in a suburban or country home with lots of companionship and room to stretch out. He needs regular exercise to stay fit, whether he seems to want it or not. A daily one-hour walk/trot (on-leash) with twice weekly gallops inside a safe enclosed area are necessary for proper development.

Boxer
Boxer

Just my personal experience, I have owned a boxer and used him as a guard dog during my college years while I worked as a security guard and groundskeeper. As mentioned, this dog has a grant stance and build for deterring any potential attacks and is one of the most all around athletic dogs I have owned.

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German Shepherd
German Shepherd

Protection trained German Shepherd dogs with highly advanced practical protection training may require personal introduction at your location or at our facility in Rochester, WA. International airports serving our location are SEA-TAC in Seattle, Washington or Portland International Airport in Portland, Oregon.

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The German Shepherd
The German Shepherd

We have ranked the ten best guard dogs ... German Shepherd ... I never had to train my dog to guard and he was already middle aged when I began working security ...

The Komondor
The Komondor

The Komondor (in Hungarian, the plural form of komondor is komondorok), also known as the Hungarian sheepdog, is a large, white-coloured Hungarian breed of livestock guardian dog with a long, corded coat.

The Giant Schnauzer
The Giant Schnauzer

The Giant Schnauzer is a dog who must be trained and worked with regularity. He demands your attention and thrives on it, and will reward you many times over for the time you spent training him. But once again, look at your lifestyle.

The Rhodesian Ridgeback
The Rhodesian Ridgeback

The Rhodesian Ridgeback is a dog breed developed in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Its European forebears can be traced to the early pioneers of the Cape Colony of southern Africa, who crossed their dogs with the semi-domesticated, ridged hunting dogs of the Khoikhoi.

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The American Staffordshire Terrier
The American Staffordshire Terrier

The American Staffordshire Terrier, known to their fans as AmStaffs, are smart, confident, good-natured companions. Their courage is proverbial. A responsibly bred, well-socialized AmStaff is a loyal, trustworthy friend to the end.

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