Every week, we receive a significant number of emails and messages enquiring about executive protection, family protection, and personal protection dogs. Potential customers and clients often ask about the differences between these types of dogs. While they do exist, they...Reading Continue

Although we primarily specialise in working with and developing protection dogs, we are also able to offer more general training programmes. Some of these are “boot camp” style, so intense and generally residential courses. Dog training boot camps have proven...Reading Continue

Ensuring they are properly trained is one of the most important responsibilities owners have to their dogs. Training not only helps dogs and humans engage and communicate with each other but also provides key mental stimulation. Training should take place...Reading Continue

German Shepherd Dogs are a particularly popular breed for a reason. They are fantastic dogs to own, both as pets or working animals. Despite their working roots, they have adapted to home life and make excellent companion animals as well...Reading Continue

Dog ownership is often a wonderful experience, but it is one that comes with a number of responsibilities. Responsible dog ownership does not need to be a chore, especially when proper guidelines for doing so have been laid out. At...Reading Continue

Schutzhund is a popular protection dog sport with adherents around the world. Originally developed in Germany to test whether or not German Shepherd Dogs could be put to work in police settings, it has become the sporting gold standard for...Reading Continue

Prospective clients and customers often ask us to help them when choosing a family protection dog. This may be their first dog, and it is a new experience for the whole family. Because of the number of dogs we hold,...Reading Continue

One of the most common questions we respond to is which breed makes the best protection dog. While potential owners are often looking for a single answer, this is not something we can readily offer. In our experience, several breeds...Reading Continue

Security dogs fulfil a range of functions including guarding, personal and family protection, and search and detection. There may be overlap between these roles, but they can also stand alone as discrete entities. Technically speaking, any breed can be used...Reading Continue

As the modern-day descendants of an apex predator, it is natural that dogs have retained wolves’ capacity to chase and bite. Through selective breeding and the development of breed standards, humans have been able to benefit from this and utilise...Reading Continue

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