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#33 - allyazure (04/01/2013) [-]
People who encourage banning any breed are looking at the wrong end of the leash.
It's the owners, not the dogs.
User avatar #43 to #33 - lolfire (04/01/2013) [-]
Yeah, my parents are dog breeders and all through childhood I was surrounded by all sorts of "vicious" breeds. There is no such thing as a vicious breed of dog. I mean, Dobermans, Akita's, Pitbulls, we even had a ******* Caucasian Shepard Dog. (look that up if you don't know what it is)

Blame the breeder, not the breed.
#282 to #43 - allyazure (04/02/2013) [-]
My mum's a vet, and we've owned our share of animals. Currently we've got a rhodesian and a bouvier (bouvier is the best dog we've ever owned btw), but we've had mastiffs and rotties, a german shepherd, and a few different pitbulls. One of whom was a therapy dog. All of them were great dogs, because we ******* trained them to be.
User avatar #60 to #43 - BroStoryCool (04/01/2013) [-]
I plan on getting a Caucasian Shepherd. Any tips on socializing it properly?
User avatar #61 to #60 - lolfire (04/01/2013) [-]
Buy it as a pup. Don't be getting one if it's over 12 weeks old.
Spend as much time as you can playing with it and introducing it to new people, friends, family, regular visitors etc. It's at this age the pup will start to cement who it likes and who it doesn't. Don't hit it at any point, even when disciplining it, it won't work. These are attack dogs so getting hit is just going to kick their instinct into gear, use a spray bottle filled with water and whenever it does something wrong or bad, just spray it in the face.
Take it out for walks as much as you can while it's young, once it grows up you won't be able to walk it around your estate or city, it's too powerful, you can use a lead past 2 years old, you'll literally have your wrist snapped.
Once it gets older, and bigger, take it to parks and other recreational areas that are large, and let it run about, make sure to train your dog to come back to you when you call it first though, don't want one of them running around the place...
User avatar #56 to #43 - anonymoose ONLINE (04/01/2013) [-]
Caucasian Shepard Dog . . . I never knew dogs could breed with bears.
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