Best Dogs to Guard the Embassy

Domesticated dogs are supposed to protect their owners. That was their original design and job requirement. Of course, we have opened up our homes and hearts to them for various other reasons over the centuries. But, when it comes down to it, we still want them to be the guardians of our abodes and businesses. That’s why we felt it would be a good time to present to you some suggestions for the best dogs to guard the Embassy.

Once you have determined which dog the Embassy of Kuwait needs most, we recommend you visit: https://www.yippr.com/collections/led-dog-collars. While there you will be able to pick up a light up collar for the new guard dog. That way you’ll be able to see him/her coming in case you end up in the Embassy working late one night. Yippr’s LED dog collars come in two styles, premium and economy. Be sure you read the differences before making a purchase. Now let’s get back to picking the right guard dog.

Best Dogs to Guard the Embassy

Best Breeds for Guarding Your Valuables

At the Embassy, there’s a lot to be protected. Most of which is paperwork and possibly a few artifacts. And though we are making this list for the purpose of adding safety to the valuables within the Embassy, we understand that these are the best breeds for guarding everything you hold dear, possessions and people alike. Check them out:

  1. Bullmastiff– These dogs are strong enough to knock an intruder down and then block them from returning to their feet. They are courageous and loyal, but they are also very docile with those they love.
  2. Doberman Pinscher– These dogs are incredibly fast. So, when it comes to guarding the Embassy’s property, they are a good choice. They are loyal, alert, and fearless. Plus, they are apparently the 5th smartest dogs on the planet.
  3. Rottweiler– Protection of cattle was their initial design, so they will guard the pack, and the Embassy with extreme loyalty. They learn quickly and are obviously quite intelligent.
  4. Komondor- Generally used as a sheep herding dog, these make great guard dogs given their natural ability. They are known for their strength, courage, loyalty, and dignity. Proper training will be necessary if this dog is to walk around freely while employees are present. Read this.
  5. Puli– Ever suspicious, these dogs remain at high alert and are very vocal. They require constant attention though, so it is best to pair them with people when it comes to monitoring the property.
  6. Giant Schnauzer– With some strict training, these dominant, muscular dogs will provide great guard power to the Embassy. However, they need a lot of attention as well, so be forewarned prior to choosing this breed.
  7. German Shepherd– Police love this breed because they are bright, and quick to learn the commands they need to know for service. Although they are typically calm dogs, they will react rapidly when the space they are responsible for has been invaded.
  8. Rhodesian Ridgeback– Lions, beware. These dogs were bred to hunt lions and will therefore attack prey. Ridegebacks are independent and not naturally obedient, so they require a good deal of training. They only bark when something serious occurs.
  9. Kuvasz- You probably have never heard of this incredibly territorial breed. But they have a strong guard dog instinct that will benefit the Embassy in the end. Learn more.

There are a couple of other dogs that deserve recognition, but you’ll have to read about them here.

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