Alabai, or the Central Asian shepherd dog is ideal for protection of large areas. If you need to look after the house with a huge plot or you are engaged in the protection of objects, horses can become a great helper. It is strong and hardy dog, is hardy and can flourish on the street. However, the Central Asian shepherd dog has a cool temper, and her need to get a person who will be able to cope with the dog. The course of training for such a beast should be mandatory. Alabai is unlikely to be able to become a dog-companion, responsive to the slightest change in the mood of the owner, but if that you do not need, your home will be protected.
The Caucasian shepherd dog
Caucasian shepherd dog – another large dog with a strong instinct to guard. In conjunction with this breed inherent distrust of outsiders, these qualities make "Caucasian" an excellent candidate for the protection of the territory. Unlike alabais, the Caucasian shepherd dog is able to be not only a guard but also a loyal friend. It also needs a host that will respect, but after the dog understand their place in the hierarchy and I agree with him, she will be a loving and loyal member of the pack who are not afraid to trust and security of home and children.
The German shepherd is not as strong as Alabai or Caucasian, however if you want a dog that can protect a territory but to live in the apartment who can be a bodyguard and take part in games that are intolerant of outsiders who violate the border of its territory, but attached to the household, this breed will be an excellent option for you. This smart and loyal dog with a calm nature, suitable to carry different services. German shepherds are characterized by high capacity for learning and is able to do much to win the approval of his master.
Russian black Terrier
Black Terrier is a breed of dog, bred in the USSR. It is perfectly suited for guard service, tolerates cold, has long limbs and powerful jaws, which leaves the attacker little chance of escape. A black Terrier is a very trainable breed, and the owner will not be difficult to develop in him the necessary qualities. However, the black Terrier is not a dog that can be put on a chain and leave to protect a country cottage, coming only occasionally to feed an animal. This dog requires full contact with a loving owner and his family.