Nino the Dutch Shepherd from Canine Intervention is a highly trained protection dog. You can protect your family, but you are also willing to snuggle.
Leverette or Netflix’s jacket Canine intervention He dedicated himself to training protection dogs growing up, because he and his mother needed protection in Oakland, California. They chose a dog over guns. The canines provided sufficient advantage, with the added advantage of companionship. Now, Jas provides her clients with the same protection and love of highly trained guard dogs, and one of Jas’s clients is world-class boxer, Andre Berto.
Jas intended to keep the Dutch Shepherd Nino for himself, but when he met Andre, he decided that Nino was the perfect dog for him and his family. When Andre’s wife, Porsha Fluker, was pregnant, Nino rested her head on Porsha’s stomach all day. Immediately after her baby joined the family, Nino showed jealousy. However, as soon as the dog saw how much Andre and Porsha loved their baby, he became a proud older brother who wants nothing more than to hug his people and be petted.
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Nino has an arsenal of tricks since he is a protection dog and must understand general commands such as, “feel.” An interesting fact is that most of Nino’s other commands are delivered in German. “Scandal” means “heel” and “site” means “down”. Andre sends Nino to attack with “cosiguele” and stops Nino after an attack with “out of.” Training a protection dog in another language minimizes the chances that an attacker or intruder will control the dog himself.
Nino has been trained to bite an intruder in the center of mass, specifically the upper inner biceps, giving the dog more control over the intruder. It also helps prevent Nino from getting hurt. If Nino bit off the central mass, the intruder would have more flexibility to reach a weapon. He has also been trained to arrest the suspect, but not to cause “cut” hurt with his bite. Finally, Nino has been trained to perform perimeter searches in which he follows his nose to find the intruder.
Most assumptions about guard dogs are that they are out of control and attack beasts. However, Jas, the extraordinary animal communicator, says the truth is different. In his opinion, protection training is the highest form of obedience and control. Since guard canines need to be able to turn on and off, from guard dogs to social animal lovers, they need to be closely monitored. They need their training to be updated a minimum of four times a year. To ensure that a protection dog does not become a liability, handlers must ensure that they are always in control and do not get lax.
In Nino’s episode, the need to maintain strict control over a protection dog becomes very clear as Andre changes Nino’s collar. Nino separates from his “site” (below) and attacks Jas without having received the order. Jas was already dressed in his protective training gear. However, without that equipment, Nino could have done some damage.
Nino is a remarkable and whip-smart 3-year-old German Shepherd who can attack an intruder. However, she can also play with a baby, underscoring Jas’s belief that there is no “bad dogs”. He has a unique place in the Berto family. Truly Canine intervention In fashion, Andre and Porsha love their dog Nino as if he were their son.
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