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BAD DOG GETS NEW LIFE AS PRISON GUARD

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Source: WRAL


May 02, 2012


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    Cat_D

    over 2 years ago

    9610 Comments

    I think this is awesome ! Chief will be a good addition to the kennels !

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    FreezeP

    over 2 years ago

    1456 Comments

    My house cat looks meaner than him.

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    DonnaLynn

    over 2 years ago

    10636 Comments

    LonnaNJ he was terrorizing the neighbors! lol He looks pretty friendly to me. Glad he is being given a chance to terrorize any escaping inmates. ;)

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    Robocop33

    over 2 years ago

    14636 Comments

    Works for me!

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    Jonas

    over 2 years ago

    42822 Comments

    Does that mean he's not a bad dog anymore?

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    IowaNinersFan

    over 2 years ago

    22044 Comments

    Heartwarming story. Glad the dog was given a second chance.

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    LanaNJ

    over 2 years ago

    6956 Comments

    This article is Vague.
    1. Dog terrorizes the hand that feeds him? Why and to what extent is its aggression?
    2. Could they have possible meant Barking, Was he showing his canines, ears frontward, head lowered facing the owners directly?
    3. If this a Wolf Breed, dog may have double the bite pressure of an ABPT or Bull Terrier he'll need a Trainer that's also a very good animal behaviorist.
    4. Could this dog just be Prey Driven or have Alpha Male Syndrome causing it's behavior? If so, Guarding may not be it's strong point, as anything furry can be a distraction to a dog with a high prey drive. A good Trainer can combat this and Certain Breeds thrive on being given a "JOB", it's their goal in life and many owners miss this. i.e. a Corgi likes to herd, Retrievers retrieve and Pits like to pass gas and snore (lol)
    5. Any unseen Injuries causing the Dogs Behavior?
    On a good note, I've seen fighter Pits be rehabilitated by PROFESSIONALS. These Dogs "BAD" tends to make people think they are "Human" aggressive, but ex fighters actually listen well and are very cognizant since they actually think that their purpose of fighting is to protect their owner from harm. Sadly, they will die for that, and obey any POS who delegated a job for them to do-no matter what.
    More often then not, dogs can be rehabilitated. The problem is our shelters are overcrowded, and still accepts Dogs from as far as Thailand. That said, a dog like the one in this article, is what we call an (Owner) return & per-labled aggressive. The Dog will be bumped to the top of the Eutho List and could easily wind up in a gas chamber utilized in several states in the US-Human Society DOES NOT mean it's a No Kill Shelter. Shelters would rather adopt out a Stray without a history. He's one LUCKY dog. I wish the TRAINER(s) and Dog lot's of Luck.

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    liljj

    over 2 years ago

    894 Comments

    Great ending Sure the dog will do well

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    headbrer

    over 2 years ago

    5490 Comments

    Best way yet I have heard this type of rescue. Sounds good to me.

    Doc

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    DPalmer

    over 2 years ago

    1234 Comments

    Awesome!

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    rhood

    over 2 years ago

    23592 Comments

    A good ending for this dog, hope he does well.

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