How do I make my dog more protective?

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Dogs are naturally protective of their masters and family because they are with them all the time. To make them even more protective, you should limit the number of people the dog comes in contact with. Making a Dog More Protective www.dogster.com
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The best ways to make your dog more protective is to limit his or her contact with people outside those you wish to be under protection. Those who wish to be protected need to show the canine love and attention. Would you protect those you love or those who neglect you?
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