scare frozen id be outta before it moved
Beef FlapsDogs don't scare you? yeah right. Walk in my yard and you will see this: My hairy ass you wouldn't be scared frozen. :lol:
Trust me, dogs are the least of my fears.
MihailTrust me, dogs are the least of my fears.
I'm not concerend about all your fears, I am simply stating that you are a liar if you are going to sit there and tell me you are not afraid of a Dobie. It's ok to admit it you won't be any less of a man, I promise.
ShintsuAlso, dogs attack only when they think you're afraid of them or if you've done something to piss them off (Make noise, throw stuff at them/in their direction, make sudden movements, etc). Leave them alone and they won't bother you either.[/QUOTE] Bah, you have never delivered papers, have you? :p
Actually I've never been bit by a dog yet, but it sure was close when I almost ran into an angry one a drunk woman had left in a stair case in a house I was running into to deliver the morning paper... I so wished I had brought a knife when I tried to remember the rules of meeting dogs, but I'm glad I didn't panik although I almost got a heart attack. After a few minutes the woman managed to get her dog to follow her, but I chose to just walk into that particular staircase for weeks. :lookaround: [QUOTE=Beef Flaps]Dogs don't scare you? yeah right. Walk in my yard and you will see this: My hairy ass you wouldn't be scared frozen. :lol:
I would for sure be more than a little scared. Looks about as friendly as the dog I was speaking about above, but less hairy. :p
Rottweiler for sure, they are much stronger than Dober, usually fiercer in a fight, better sense of danger and more sensitive to a situation having better situational awareness. Also Rottweilers get alot more attached and are three times as loyal, the Rottweiler leans to ripping apart someone without mercy because they threaten you, while the Dober leans to ripping apart someone without mercy because it's in their blood (but still aren't any better at it). Rottwielers are alot better for self defense, easier to train, usually have less problems and alot more natural sense of defence and friend from foe. Dobers are more bitchy, less intelligent, and if raised without extreme strictness could end up licking a burglars hand. Doberman are better at defending large spaces instead of people because of their natural viciousness as opposed to defense and because they run alot faster and are more agile than a Rottweiler, there's no way anyone could lose one, that's why they tend to be used as corporate guard dogs.
Of course all dogs are just what you raise them to be, you could turn a doberman into a softy, but a Rottweiler only to a softie when someone hasn't made a bad move. German shephard i wouldn't go for, they aren't the same as before, and to get real 100% German shephard it would cost alot, Most german shepherds are extremely prone to cripling diseases even from a young age. They also still are nowhere near as defensive as a Rottweiler will be with its owner.
-King- the Rottweiler leans to ripping apart someone without mercy because they threaten you, while the Dober leans to ripping apart someone without mercy because it's in their blood
You can't be serious? LOL The rest of your post makes sense though. Jesus christ, I don't think he's looking for a gang dog to fight other dogs and try and look cool in front of other losers. At least I hope not.
Buy what breed you like and whatever suits your lifestyle and what is best for the dog. I would much rather trust a Dobie around strangers than a Rottie but as far as guard dogs go they are both equal, the burgler is either going to run away or get chomped on.
I don't like Rotties, everytime I see one I just want to punch it in the face.
I'd much rather get a German Shepherd tbh...
Dobermans and Rotts look "mean"
I think I'll stick with my Doberman, but I'll consider a Rottie if I see a good one at a good price (Purebred only). SS, uh thats kind of part of the point of why I want these dogs. I already have a little dog thats good for just looking cute and playful, even though people still think she'd bite. Thanks for the help everyone.
Im pretty scared of very big dogs, but im not scared of other dogs, and i would go for a german shepherd if i would buy a dog!