Protection Dog/Obedience Demonstration

Watch these professional trainers show how effective the Pit Bull Terrier can be at protection work. For more info contact Mel McDuffy- MRK9@MRK9.COM/WWW.MRK…

25 comments on “Protection Dog/Obedience Demonstration

  1. The shaking hands is done after the dog has finished giving 100% aggression
    to see that the dog will not attack without orders. A few mins before they
    shook hands the dog was trying to attack him but when they shake hands hes
    completely calm. The owner controls the dog in any situation. 

  2. Liked this video.

    Love seeing the pitbull’s loyalty and natural gameness channeled into the
    right activity and put into good use.

  3. Really healthy looking dogs working protection and obedience. The attention
    the dogs have to the handlers is incredible and shows their desire to
    please the handlers

  4. WOW !!!!! This is Amazing Proof that Pittbull are not really mean dog.
    Defends how people trained their pittbulls . The truth they are sweet n
    loving dogs if people trained them accordingly. 

  5. I DONT KNOW WHY BUT THIS BITCH IS SO ANOYNG THAT I WOULD FACKNIG KILL HER
    FOR SURE I WOULD LET MY PITTBULL EAT HER FACK

  6. Blown away… Great Video! Excellent Work! To Notch! You need to branch
    out! Do you have an affiliate you could recommend in Southern California?
    Thank you.

  7. i wish you guys were in Vegas. I would love to have my 9 week old pit
    trained like this. very nice video, thanks for posting.

  8. I love how y’all work with pitbulls. They loving and great family dogs. All
    dogs are capable of attacking but with good obedience love and affection
    you can have a perfect k-9

  9. this is honestly the best training session i have ever seen, and at first I
    was like oh okay a pit bull. but wow. that is all i can say. amazing

  10. Wow now that is amazing. I don’t know if this question will be answered by
    you. But I have a bull noise pit. And I got him when he was a year and half
    old from a friend who could no longer have the dog. So I gladly took him
    in. He at first had to get use to his new owner etc. He’s very sweet and
    amazing. He is now 21/2. And he understands the sit. Shake both hands. Lay
    down. And to stay when I go away from him sometimes. Just depends. And I
    also been training him to stay by my side when we walk. Which he’s still
    learning. Do you think that he’s to old now to teach him how you did in
    this video? Or should I hire a k9 trainer. Please let me know and if you
    have any advice! Thanks! 

  11. Best obedience and protection training I have seen they have full control
    over the dogs this has really inspired me to become an dog trainer

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