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I have a house in a village near city and there don't live anyone.It has been burglared two times. I dont see a good option camera or security alarms.I'm thinking of getting 3 or 4 small dogs but I can't find any breed situable.My big CAO can't stay there becouse i dont want to let him alone.I have seen some videos of jadg terriers.Can anyone suggest me any breed.I can afford keeping 3 or 4 dogs and my neighbor can care for them.
 

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Even four small dogs won't be able to fend off an attacker. Dogs of any size are easily poisoned, kicked, shot... and small dogs are more vulnerable, even feisty ones like a jagdterrier.

Lots of small breeds will bark, if you just want a deterrent. However, I can't think of any small breed that would be happy living alone in an uninhabited house with only a neighbor caring for them every now and then... especially not a very active breed like a jagd.

Look harder for a better deal on a security system. It's going to work better than a few small dogs.
 

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Personally, I will not recommend small breed to use as a guard dog. But here are mentioned some small guard dogs for apartments. These are-
1. Beagle
2. Boston Terrier
3. Bull Terrier
4. Chihuahua
5. Chow Chow
6. Cocker Spaniel
7. Dachshund
8. Jack Russell Terrier
9. Lhasa Apso
10. Manchester Terrier
 

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Good lights that are motion activated a proper alarm and a movement activated camera are going to be a lot more use to you than a small dog and kinder too.

A motion activated camera linked to your phone is cheap these days I have one that cost less than $100 if there is any movement while Im out it snaps three pictures in a few seconds and sends them to my phone so even if the robber breaks or takes the camera I still have the proof. It also has a microphone so that I can yell that police are en-route.. Enough to scare off most robbers.

I would advise something along those lines leaving a dog alone in the house is not the best option or the safest for the dog.
 
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