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How can i train my dog to bark on strangers?

Hi guys, Help me out in training my 5 months old GSD, the problem with dog is he is very friendly, if an unknown person also say "Pooch Pooch" to him he used to put his ears down, starts moving his tail and seems like tries to be friendly with that person. But i want him to bark or attack on unknown people who tries to become friends with him. Please let me know who i can train my dog for that kind of behavior.
By shantanu saini · 10 Jul 2010 6:35 am

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By Dinkar Singh · 10 Jul 2010 10:38 am
Ur pup is a pup, u cant expect a pup to start guarding like an adult. Be careful for what u wish as you can land up in a lot of legal trouble if ur dog bites someone. Most people are scared of a barking dog.
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By ajay sharma · 10 Jul 2010 12:41 pm
If u want ur dog to guard or bark then seperate him from people and motivate him to bark on strangers by saying COME ON ATTACK GO GO............loudly but in future this may laid u in some truble.Take care
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By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 12 Jul 2010 10:47 am
hey how can you expect guarding ability from a child (till 1.5 yrs your gsd is puppy)? GSD has strong territory instint which comes from their DNA itself, so no need to worry, once your GSD attain adolesent/mature enough, he wont allow intruders in to his territory.
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By Isaac Chenkual · 22 Jul 2010 4:54 pm
i support Kamlraj your dog is still a puppy, you also dont used internet when you are 5 months old lol, dont be in a hurry i also have the same problem but when he is a year old he is too fierce he bite 6-7 people for a record so be gentle to him train him while you can fully control him.
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By sachin rawte · 02 Nov 2010 10:56 am
Hi,

Every dog cannot just become a protection(schutzhund) or a gurard dog.The dog has to go through proper training which will improve his grips as well as his confidence but still the dog will be obedient .First of all ur dog is too young for defence drive which he will develop after 12 to 18 months ,by that time you have to complete his basic and advance obedience and just growing his confidence by socialising it with every circumtances and environment.After that you can think of going for protection training.My friend protection training is not a joke,a protection trained dog is like keeping a loaded gun.So always think before what you do as ur puppy weighing arroun 20 kgs might look cute when jumping on somebody but a dog of 40kgs pouncing can be fatal........ regards
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By Mark D\'Costa · 10 Nov 2010 5:26 pm
A agree with sachin, if you train or get ytour dog trained in its adult years to attack on command, the I suggest it would be wise toteach the dog to release the victim on command also. Thats what Police dogs all over the world are taught. watch some utube videos howthey mingle freely with the victim, then attack him on command and release him on command. This can be donme only by professional trainers.
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By Mark D\'Costa · 10 Nov 2010 5:27 pm
A agree with sachin, if you train or get ytour dog trained in its adult years to attack on command, the I suggest it would be wise toteach the dog to release the victim on command also. Thats what Police dogs all over the world are taught. watch some utube videos howthey mingle freely with the victim, then attack him on command and release him on command. This can be donme only by professional trainers.
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