Your desire for a protection dog likely arises from both your love of dogs and a need to deter crime. The idea of raising a puppy and training it to protect your property and family could attract you as well.
The truth is, even if you’re willing to educate yourself about effective dog training methods, you probably won’t have the time to invest in thorough training. Job, business, and family responsibilities will inevitably interrupt training and produce an inconsistent or incomplete experience for your growing puppy.
Professionally trained protection dogs offer many advantages over the do-it-yourself approach.
- You get matched with an appropriate dog.
The process of selling a protection dog includes selecting an animal with a high potential to succeed at your home. The judgment of the dog’s trainer, who has worked with the dog for many months, will connect you with a dog appropriate for your environment. This contrasts with what will basically be the luck of the draw when you buy a puppy and undertake training yourself.
- The dog has received consistent and intensive training.
Trained protection dogs for sale do not represent the results of part-time training programs. We work with dogs continually and ensure that they have mastered essential lessons about obedience and dealing with multiple situations.
- The dog will be ready for real life situations
We prepare animals to respond appropriately in normal social situations and in public places. This element of training is essential so that your dog will not act unpredictably around you, your family, or strangers.
Trained protection dogs for sale should come with evidence that they are healthy and capable of meeting the demands of guarding and protecting your family or business. We’re always available to discuss your interest in a trained Belgian Malinois, German Shepherd, or Dutch Shepherd.