I'm not really into the "personal protection" breed of dog, so they're not they're not for me. I don't want to have to wait for a dog to "warm up" to someone and have it be ready to gnaw someone's leg off the next, lol! That's why we got the Newfs...very laid back. The canis panthers are very pretty though...very sleek. I'd like to see what a blue one looks like as an adult. Does she also have and breed all the other dogs listed? I'm not a fan of the "Puppy Playground"...it's just packed dirt & logs...maybe there's another side to it that isn't shown? What the heck do you use that $150 collar for with the double row of chains?!?!?!
***Edited By: Newfie_girl on 5/12/2006 7:30:14 AM*** Reason: add
The chain is used as weight. I have a Canis Panther (CP) and they are great! pets, very loving. I have children and I have never been concerned for their welfare. The only aggression my CP has shown is towards other dogs and strangers, and that has been easily controlled with training; the later is what the CP was breed for and he is used for personnel protection.
My husband and I own a beautiful 1 year old Canis Panther ( Kane) we also own a chihuahua/ terrier mix ( Mayzee) and our Panther is just as loving playfully as Mayzee. He is beautiful looks like a doberman on steroids. He is very protective of our family (4) children. This breed (in the right hands) is amazing! We will not own a gun. So we chose or Panther! He is blue w/fawn markings(like a dobe.) We would highly recommend this heed to anyone chlidren or not. ( just remember they are bred for protection and are highly intelligent!)