Options For A Veterans
Home Security Pet
No it’s not a typo and I’m not kidding. Geese are great for home security depending on your home. First, a goose is pretty easy to keep happy. Give a goose some food and other geese to keep company with and you’ll have a happy goose. When strangers come around or anything out of the ordinary happens, geese will alert you by making plenty of noise.
Geese are not recommended in just any neighborhood. If you have neighbors who live nearby such as a housing tract, geese might be too annoying. If you live on several of your on acres, geese are perfect. A good fence for security from stray dogs, badgers or a fox is recommended. Short grass for feeding and a large tub for water will do. A small garden shed for housing about 8×6 will also do just fine. Home Security & Personal Protection
Don’t you dare laugh at this recommendation. A Chihuahua is an excellent dog for home security especially as an indoor dog. They won’t eat you out of house and home and they bark at the slightest sign of an unexpected visitor or intruder. They can sleep in small spaces and are known to bite around ankle height. A Chihuahua will cuddle up next to you on the sofa and they’re natural hunters of mice and rats. They’re a good choice for the veteran who lives in a small house or apartment.
These dogs are good for home security if you stay at home with them. Beagles don’t like to be left alone and are known to make noise or be destructive if they get lonely. If you like to keep your dog nearby, maybe a Beagle could be a good fit. They’re small in size but their bark gives the impression that a larger dog is on the job. Beagle’s are good with kids and the entire family. They’re rather low maintenance, affectionate but not considered to be a very smart dog.