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  1. Aussie Whip

    Hunting the mice

    The terriers don't find anything wrong with hunting mice in the yard,saves a lot of veggies and chook feed.
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    Guard dogs

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    Guard dogs

    Shame, mate.
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    Guard dogs

    Interesting, most dogs here aren't too fond of our indigenous people.You can't call them racists,they can just smell,see trouble.I've never known them to be wrong.Yeah you do expect guarding dogs to dislike aggression but even the whippets,who love everyone become guardy when people act up.
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    Guard dogs

    One thing my dogs go off at is people showing aggression.I used to live closer to neihbours and if anyone was arguing ,even in the distance the dogs would roar with anger.I'd call them peace keepers.
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    Guard dogs

    The main thing I like about the two I have now is they can tell the difference between someone going about their job either in or outside the yard and shifty characters,even if they try to act friendly.I'll take my dogs actions as the best judge of character.It's something you can't train them to do,but a lot of dogs have it,more so the protective breeds.One of the main reasons I'm a dog fan.
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    Guard dogs

    Aussie cattle dogs are another underestimated guard breed,their size limits them,but are a breed that loves to guard and bite and there's no sweet talking them.
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    Guard dogs

    There's probably no better guard than a good Rotty they are sort of between the herding and mastiff types.Over here fads ruined them a lot.
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    Guard dogs

    I'd be wanting more than a plastic chair against one of those Fila's.They are a bit sloppy looking but their hatred for humans is appealing for a guard.I think its the Cuban Bloodhound in them.
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    Guard dogs

    I like these bandog types pit/bulldog,I've never even encouraged them to guard,they just were naturals from around 9months.They are great with my family,my other dogs and animals, but view strangers as prey.I live in an isolated area so suit me but know these are too full on for the suburbs.
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    Guard dogs

    Good on ya Bill
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    Guard dogs

    Dogs are only a deterrent,you want them up next to you in a serious home invasion.
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    Advice needed

    That's probably my problem I'm too intelligent to trap the mongrels.I've set loads of traps with all sorts bait in a lot of areas and caught one rabbit even though there were plenty around.Other people have good success,or so they say.I say piss the traps off and get a gun.I've caught loads of rats,feral cats and occasional fox in traps,I think rabbits have an amazing sense for danger.
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    Even bushing for pigs jagd terriers are just too much,yapping and fighting.The ones I've seen here are nut jobs.
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    Dropping rabbits

    It worked with one of my whippets,she wouldn't strike until another dog was competing with her,now she's 100% on her own.