Training Your Dog to Guard 

Teach "speak" and "quiet" commands. Do not encourage aggressive barking at people.


Reward your dog for walking property perimeter lines on cue. Teach territoriality. 


Mark and reward your dog for appropriately alerting you to unusual sounds. 

Noise Alerts

Train them to stand, face an intruder, and bark until you give a release command. 

Alert Stance   

Only reward acting protective of family members, not aggressive without cause. 


Consult an experienced trainer to instill guarding instincts safely using positive methods.

Professional Help

Ensure excellent obedience. A disciplined guard dog is critical for safety.


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