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Concern about breed health problems and comments from some people who are experienced with dog and security issues have led me to try to expand coverage to include breeds less common in the US. Of course, there are never any guarantees that a dog will enjoy good health, even with the most responsible care. Getting a dog of a rare breed does present some special problems, however. Wonderful dogs can be found at animal shelters, but the risk of getting one with health and temperament problems is significantly higher when information about the dog is very limited, as is commonly the case. The risk can be reduced somewhat by hiring an experienced trainer to help choose the dog and having a vet check the dog before adopting it. Your Purebred Puppy and The Perfect Puppy offer some good advice, as does The Adoption Option.

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Most of the snapping is by fear biters, rather than aggressive dogs. This problem tends to be exacerbated by owners who either coddle the dog, because they realize that the dog is scared, or who praise the dog for "protecting" them. As in Rottweilers, one "problem" in the GSD is herding behavior. Health problems: common: malabsorbtion, VWD, panosteitis, ununited anconeal process, chronic degenerative radiculomyelopathy, idiopathic epilepsy esp. females; not uncommon: achalasia of esophagus, anal furunculosis, pannus corneal disease, subaortic stenosis in some strains; uncommon: hemophilia A, persistent right aortic arch, pyoderma; rare: dermoid cysts, Ehlers Danlos syndrome, giant axonal neuropathy, hemangiosarcoma; variable: cataract; not common: corneal dystrophy. Bouviers are outstanding kid's dogs.

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It is a little more expensive at $499 than other home security starter kits like SimpliSafe, but it offers both a self monitoring and a professionally monitored option details yet to be released. It also comes with some cool high tech features that Nest products are known for, like a single device that works as a door and window sensor, motion detector, and lighting. I am locked in with xfinity home on a contract, but had a break in with 7 men with guns and my husband was shot at but was unharmed, thank god. But xfinity home is yet to call and check on the door being broken down with frame and all, even though the alarm was not turned on. I would think a big company such as this one would do a weekly or daily check in for any unusual activity such as our door showing being tampered with for almost a week now. Tech support is telling me no company monitors for this type of activity ever. I am shopping around and looking for a company who does care about their customers safety and well being. They are trying to penalize me for trying to go with another company, I still have one year contract but what good does it do if they are not monitoring our home. It could of cost us our lives. Is there anyone that can refer to what I can do, this could happen to many civilians out here and you may end up in the same predicament. IF you are paying for home security, but are not safe then its money down the toilet and worse your family’s lives.