Bushido was the code of the samurai in feudal Japan, stressing loyalty obedience and valuing honor above life. Obviously you can see why these traits would be valuable in a K-9 best friend .
The Bushido Mastiff is the progression of Loyal Guard Kennels' old bandog program
. If you go to the Loyal Guard kennels website
you will see my initial dream of the bandog was not as refined as my dream for the Bushido Mastiff has become. Time and experience have shown and taught me alot about what it is I am doing. I am not creating another run of the mill hybrid bandog I am devoting myself to the creation of a true mastiff bred for combat with his best friend, you at his side.
A true bred Bushido Mastiff is excellent as a guard dog or or sentry dog and even social enough (if trained correctly) for personal protection and executive protection or as a Law Enforcement patrol dog. I expect them to be capable of operating in packs as a group, wether this is a pack of dogs or their human pack...
Why the Name "Bushido" because it embodies the core of what I value, read below.
Bu•shi•do (ˈbu ʃiˌdoʊ)
the code of the samurai in feudal Japan, stressing loyalty and obedience and valuing honor above life.
[1895–1900; < Japanese bushidō=bushi warrior + dō way]
The Best story of Bushido applied is the story of the 47 Ronin
The revenge of the Forty-seven Ronin (四十七士 Shi-jū-shichi-shi?, forty-seven
samurai) took place in Japan at the start of the 18th century. One noted Japanese
scholar described the tale, the most famous example of the samurai code of honor,
bushidō, as the country's "national legend."