I have seen this video many times. I believe I've seen this decoy work some different dogs. He's good. That dog is awesome. I have no doubt that the dog would protect my family and home.
Actually, most sleeve trained dogs are focused on the sleeve rather than the person wearing it. It becomes a game to them to get the sleeve. You can see many videos of the dog taking the sleeve and then walking away. How about this one! watch to the end.
You have a nice dog. He has some prey drive. He doesn't display the same drive to a dog that has been doing bite work since a pup. That's fine to me. I don't typically start bite work with my pups either. I work on obedience first. Many teach biting first. They will excel in biting. I have a few questions. In the video the dog bites the sleeve in the truck. It looks like the decoy might be the owner. How does he do with a stranger as the decoy? In the bite work video he looks like he's working with th
there is a aluant group on facebook with some really nice dogs in there you might want to look at.
a mix breed, the only sure thing is the mastiff.
theres a few different types of bullies in the bully world
about 10 years ago or so the thing was to have huge dogs, so you have what they call the xxl bully. These are pitbulls crossed with various types of mastiffs to produce extremely large dogs.
You then have the bully that you mentioned, short, low to the ground etc.
The newest craze is the pocket pits, which are the very small bullies crossed with english bulldogs and even french bulldogs.
I consider my dog more of a ban
A terrible great dane. Kind of like saying honey boo boo's mother is a "human".
Probably a spanish mastiff or a mix of great dane and mastiff.
FENICE DE LA SANG MONDE @ 6 mnths of age