Owning a guard dog has become a fact of life for millions of Americans. To the business community, specially trained guard dogs, have become an extension of corporate activity. To individuals, they represent an extension of the police force, guaranteeing safety and security for them, their families, and their property. But what do we mean when we talk about a guard dog? The vast majority of people don’t really know what a guard dog is. It is often loosely used to describe any dog used for the protection of one’s person and home. Many dog trainers will object to this use of the definition as a catch-all term. Properly defined, a dog trained for personal protection should be called a “personal protection dog” and a dog trained to guard property and patrol premises should be called “guard dog.”
As a rule, guard dogs and police K-9 dogs are conditioned to be suspicious of all strangers.
Sentry dogs usually patrol inside fenced areas and buildings with or without a handler and are often used in facilities with no evening security personnel, especially in warehouses where they can be turned loose to roam inside. Sentry dogs are the ultimate deterrence. They are trained to indiscriminately attack anyone entering the premises. A sentry dog should be an active, restless animal who likes to roam and prowl and is not obedience-trained. Since he usually works entirely on its own, autonomy and independence are encouraged. A sentry dog is taught to look upon any area in which it is placed as its own and it will repulse everyone but its handler.
Moscow watchdog will protect your property as well as your family.