PROTECTION DOGS NEED GOOD GENETICS
There are three primary components to making a good bite-sport dog: good genetics, qualified trainers and a stress free environment. Of these three essentials, the most important by far is good genetics. The stresses that come from sport training can be a heavy burden for a dog. Most dogs just don’t have the mental fortitude to carry that burden. Although a trainer may have the best credentials and years of experience in the field; their success in training is still largely dependent by the dog’s natural and instinctual abilities to handle the stress.
(THIS IS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR PUP FROM RISING S K9)
Good genetics create essential drives in a dog that are needed for successful sport dogs. These are characteristics that can’t be taught; they exist deep within a dog’s psyche and personality. Drives like the “prey” drive (the desire to pursue a target based on visual cues) and the “fight” drive (the desire to defeat it’s prey). Without these being already present; this sort of training isn’t possible. These drives are especially important for Rising S dogs to have because the training is much more difficult than typical bite sport training.
Using specific bloodlines from European German shepherds assures us that the dog can be trained successfully and will adapt well to a new home. Although we use German shepherds, you can necessarily assume the breed itself will produce a good dog for bite sport training. An established line of good performance, high intelligence, great health and instinctual drive helps us produce the best bite sport dogs on the market.
RISING S BREEDING PROGRAM
We are also proud to inform you that we have developed our very own top notch breeding program using some of the same champion German shepherds that we spoke about in the above section. If you’re considering buying a pup of your own verses purchasing one of our professionally trained dogs or if you’re interested in learning more about our breeding program click here.