Can Toy Breed, Watch Dog, And Guard Dog Are Live Together In One House/Farm?

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Toy dog
Toy dog traditionally refers to a very small dog or a grouping of small and very small breeds of dog. A toy dog may be of any of various dog types. Types of dogs referred to as toy dogs may include Spaniels, Pinschers and Terriers that have been bred down in size. Not all toy dogs are lapdogs, although that is an important and ancient type of toy dog.
Small dogs
Dogs found in the Toy Group of breed registries may be of the very ancient lapdog type, or they may be small versions of hunting dogs or working dogs, bred down in size for a particular kind of work or to create a pet of convenient size. In the past, very small dogs not used for hunting were kept as symbols of affluence, as watchdogs, and for the health function of attracting fleas away from their owners.
Watch Dogs
Both guard dogs and watchdogs bark loudly to alert their owners of an intruder’s presence and to scare away the intruder.[8] The watchdog’s function ends here; a guard dog is then capable of attacking and/or restraining the intruder.
Livestock guardian dogs are often large enough (100-200 lbs.) and strong enough to attack and drive away livestock predators.[6] Some smaller breeds (such as Keeshonds and Tibetan Terriers) are excellent watchdogs, but not guard dogs, because they bark loudly to alert their masters of intruders, but are physically small and not given to assertive behavior. Guard dogs will bark to alert their master and to warn off an approaching animal or human threat prior to their interception of the trespasser. They are different from the smaller watchdogs in that they do not continue barking; they take action.
The following breeds are the best at watchdog barking:
If the risk is from human intruders, a suitable dog can be simply trained to be aggressive towards unrecognized humans and then tethered or enclosed unsupervised in an area that the owner wishes to protect when he is not around (such as at night); the stereotypical “junkyard dog” is a common example of this. If the purpose of the dog is to protect against human intruders after nightfall, a large, dark-colored dog in a dark house (lights off) would give the dog an advantage over the burglar.
It is claimed that female dogs tend to make better personal guardians than males, due to maternal instincts, but males are considered better for guarding property because of their greater territorial instinct. That may be true in general, but all dogs are individuals. Guarding against wolves, large male dogs would, in general, do better against large male wolves.
Despite the natural tendency for the guard function the training is essential to any dog.

Guard dog
A guard dog or watchdog (not to be confused with an attack dog) is a dog used to guard property against, and watch for, unwanted or unexpected human or animal intruders .
The dog is discriminating so that it does not annoy or even attack the house resident people.
History
The use of dogs as guardians is well known since ancient times. The Romans used to put mosaics (Cave canem mosaics) at the entrance of the houses to warn visitors and intruders of the presence of dangerous dogs at the property.[5]
One of the first dog types used as guardians were the primitive mastiff-type landraces of the group known as Livestock guardian dogs with the function of protecting livestock against large predators such as wolves, bears and leopards.[6] Orthrus is a famous example of a livestock guardian dog from the Greek mythology knowned for guarding Geryon’s red cattle.

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