Protection Dogs FAQ
Answers to the most common Protection Dog questions.
Absolutely! We personally test every one of our dogs in a home type environment with our own family to ensure your getting the right dog for your home and kids! We ensure the family protection dog we get for you is custom tailored to fit your family and lifestyle as well!
Yes it will! Our protection dogs are very social and stable in any environment with anyone! They are trained to understand threat as well as cues from their owner when to alert. A Protection Dog should be safe and social with everyone until you need him/ her to protect you.
There are many dogs that have been used over the years for personal protection dogs. Here is a list of the most commonly used.
- Belgian Malinois
- German Shepherd
- Giant Schnauzer
- Great Dane
- Great Pyrenees
- Rhodesian Ridgeback
We get our dogs from some of the best breeders in the world as well as breed some of our own. We have been involved extensively in breeding dogs and understand what to look for when choosing a dog for personal protection dogs. When you’re ready, you’ll have all the information about your new companion!
How did you come up with that price-point? From start to finish we are involved. We hand select our dogs, spend countless hours researching, temperment testing, and training them to ensure they are a perfect fit for their new home. Our protection dogs also come fully trained in off-leash obedience commands. This level of detail takes months to achieve and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
We’re so glad you asked!
The next step is to contact us and let us know exactly what your looking for in a dog so we can fit the right personal protection dog for you! There is a deposit required to hold the dog and the remaining amount is due on delivery. We walk you thru each step to ensure you are well informed and ready to move forward. If you’re interested in learning more check out our BLOG
Yes! Personal Protection dogs are highly trained to safely protect you. What this means is that from the very beginning of their training journey- every aspect of their personality, work ethic, and temperament are being watched. On top of that, they are taught the highest level of obedience to ensure reliability.
Personal protection dogs are very complex. This is why not all dogs can be trained for protection . They are not aggressive. This may sound odd but let us explain. They must have a stable overall temperament. The “aggression” needed to defend you is something that is natural for them but must be managed and a clear understanding of when that can be turned on and off is part of the long and rigorous training process.
So yes! Personal Protection dogs are safe!
Choosing to add a personal protection dog to your family is a big decision and one that should not be taken lightly.
So is it worth the investment? We think so and so do many others. The investment toward your peace of mind is priceless which is why Personal protection dogs are growing in popularity!
A guard dog is a great option to alert you of a threat and look intimidating but isn’t trained to act upon the threat and engage when needed. A personal protection dog is trained to not only determine threat but also to engage if needed!