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A Question On Dog Security. by Leo10000(m): 7:04pm On Dec 06, 2018
Good day nairalanders,been thinking for a while now about how useful dogs are in our homes in terms of been pets,making the home lively and most importantly,serving as security awareness.
Dogs are wonderful animals,sometimes called man's best friend due to its sensitivity to human needs and so on.
Many of us are really proud owners of different breeds of dogs and one time or the the other, these dogs has really kept us at alert at the slightest change(movement) in our immediate environment,mostly at the odd hours of the night and we are really grateful for this wonderful creature, for this reason some of us do have 1,2,3 or more dogs in our homes to make us feel safe in terms of security.
But no matter how intelligent we label this animal,it will always be a lover of food either from its owner or a stranger and sometimes food from the later might end up being a poison,in some cases,home invaders do come along with poisonous coated meat to feed to dogs at the potential targeted homes,in which many cases,the dogs do end up eating such harmful substances then eventually leading to its death thereby leaving the home unprotected.
To my question,is there any measure that can be taken to stop our dogs from eating from strangers or at least only from their recognised plates?
Re: A Question On Dog Security. by Nobody: 9:48pm On Dec 06, 2018
Yes, a dog can be trained not to eat food from a stranger but that dog must also be fed very well by the owner, because trained or not if he gets hungry to a certain level he may not be able to resist.

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Re: A Question On Dog Security. by Leo10000(m): 6:33am On Dec 07, 2018
mhd5757:
Yes, a dog can be trained not to eat food from a stranger but that dog must also be fed very well by the owner, because trained or not if he gets hungry to a certain level he may not be able to resist.

If possible, what are the techniques involved and talking about not eating it in your absence,thanks for the response!

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Re: A Question On Dog Security. by GRACEGLORY: 10:17am On Dec 08, 2018
Leo10000:


If possible, what are the techniques involved and talking about not eating it in your absence,thanks for the response!


They're not techniques or skills that you can acquire here once for all, it requires a process, you'd need to be trained to be able to train the dog, or the dog will have to be trained for you
Re: A Question On Dog Security. by Leo10000(m): 6:44pm On Dec 08, 2018
GRACEGLORY:



They're not techniques or skills that you can acquire here once for all, it requires a process, you'd need to be trained to be able to train the dog, or the dog will have to be trained for you

OK,thanks,I will work on that then!

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