Stumpy and I have left dirtville and are seeking greener...ummm... EVERYTHING! We're traveling in our 1997 Ford E150 conversion van.
I khan't khwite tell but that almost looks to be a Belgian pal!Hugz&Khysses,Khyra
And that is why we don't lead a life of crime...Ouch!Wyatt's Mom
Yay, DOGGIE! Like you said, even if this isn't real, you can tell that's what that doggie was trained to do and he does his job REAL good!Wiggles & WAgs,Mayzie
It may be staged but I have some friends who used to own a jewelry store and their GSD hurled the counter and scared a knife wielding tweekster out of the store. He didn't need a boost either.
Staged or not that's a good dawg! I'd do that! The robber might not be scared of me cause of my short stature but after I got thru with him he'd be terrified!PedroThe Very Scary Chihuahua
I hope the dog chewed a piece outta his arse...thank God for doggy's protectiveness!PS..thanks for the kind comments re: waves extra and camera envy...It was all just pure luck...honest!
Khyra, I thought so, too! Those guys are FAST!Wyatt, that's definietly one good reason!Mayzie, I'd definitely say this dog excells at the job!Jan, when I was doing Schutzhund with my GSD protection work was his favorite. He appeared to move at the speed of light to get that bite!Pedro, when I was delivering mail I would rather have face a big nasty dog than a smaller (in stature) dog. small dogs gone wild are scary!Sophie, I hoped the guy has no arse left! We have beach envy, too!
Staged or not, he is a great protector - nothing like getting a little practice in:)Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
That's pretty amazing. I actually missed it the first time - Hard to believe that dog was able to react so fast.
OP Pack, practice is never a bad thing!Susan, he was faster than a speeding bullet!
Well, a fella has to practice to be ready for the bad guys. Go get 'em!Slobbers,Mango
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