Being rural helps...but isn't enough. A country side setting is nice looking, but in the videos on that sight/link I simply saw mountains and an old man sitting in a chair. Yes, I couldn't tell what he was saying...but to produce WORKING class guard dogs, you can't just let dogs run in the hills. Hey, I believe in running a dog for work and for a test, but that alone does not make a protection dog. To know this, you have to test for it. One problem found in many filas is insecurity. Many are fear biters and simply lack the confidence needed for off leash work or even on leash work off their property. To know if a dog is a PP dog, you have to work them as a protection dog and see which ones pass the test.