Children unintentionally or unknowingly can play a bit aggressively with animals. It is important to select a breed with a good measure of tolerance, patience, and love for all members of the family. Historically, the Dogo has proven to be a breed that possesses such qualities. They tend to have an inherent forbearance towards children.
World Class K-9 launches a new site! Our new site is dedicated to all those who desire to expand their knowledge regarding Protection Dogs; namely, how they can add to the security of an individual, a family, or a business. Yes, we pride ourselves on providing education and enlightenment, which the canine community is so deserving of in the era in which we live. On a more specific note, the purpose of our new site is to help people increase their understanding of the difference between REAL protection dogs and those that are trained to bite equipment and simply give an illusion of protection but fail to meet performance standards.
Many trainers themselves are not even aware of the notable distinctions or differences between a sport dog versus a real protection dog. The market is saturated with fraudulence and inexperience. Sport dog training can be entertaining, but is it a reliable form of training for an owner or family that needs added protection and has absorbed the financial investment associated with owning a real protection dog? Awareness is a key ingredient to success as a dog owner!
Since 1994 our program has been successfully consistent in building Personal Protection Dogs, Executive Protection Dogs, and Family Protection Dogs. Please contact us to establish an appointment to witness live demonstrations or feel free to browse our video library. We encourage you not to hesitate to address any inquiries or share any comments that you may have.
Simply stated, protection dog training should not altar the temperament of a dog. Unfortunately, many companies or individuals that are in the business of training protection dogs are not as experienced and knowledgeable as they should be. Many mistakes can be made when training a dog for protection. When purchasing a protection dog within an environment where children are involved, there are several concerns that should be addressed. One such concern relates to a dog being equipment or toy possessive. This can be dangerous for anyone in the home or business environment. A dog with this sort of possession drive over any item, such as a ball, a toy or bite equipment, can exert its dominance to the endangerment of those with whom it is in contact. Family Protection dogs should not be trained to be possessive over bite equipment, toys, or otherwise, especially considering that children engage in play with the same items. Many companies or individuals sell sport dogs as protection dogs to families with children and this is problematic and can have devastating effects. Owning a REAL protection NOT a sport dog can be a definite asset to a family with children.
We look forward to even more progressive growth and development as we strive to continue providing the World with REAL protection canine companions without compromising temperament, stability, health and control. We are excited about our controlled breeding program, which includes our chosen and most favored breeds for family protection. We take great delight in choosing the most elite from our litters to be very capable contributions to our training program. We provide our clients with excellent choices for their family protection companion(s). We currently specialize in the Dogo Argentino, Giant Schnauzers, Doberman Pinscher, German Shepherds, and the Belgian Malinois. Families are matched with their canine companion in an individualized capacity based on specific needs and desires.
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This video demonstrates the typical non-trained protection dog and its response when a threat is presented. Many believe that because their dog is aggressive towards strangers that it is naturally a protection dog and will bite when threatened.
This conclusion is far from the truth! Most dogs will put up some type of defense by barking aggressively and acting as if they will attack. However, when the opportunity arises they only submit to the threat. Notice the statement in the video ( link cited below) that mentions that it takes years to train a dog to be a real protection dog. Such a statement is NOT TRUE and our training program is proof positive.
In the video, the dog in training is focused on the equipment in lieu of the threat. Horribly over priced considering that a REAL protection dog is not being produced, we strongly advise that you ensure you’re your investment is worthy of the sells price. People have paid in excess of $40k for canines incapable of performing due to a lack of REAL protection training. Buyers Please BEWARE!
In the beginning stages of training a sleeve and the use of a bite suit are essential parts of the bite development stage. A professed completely trained dog that attacks the sleeve when it has many other places to bite is an equipment-focused dog. Note in the video that the remainder of the decoy’s body has no protection.
In order to know that a dog will bite “the” man with no equipment muzzle work should be of definite interest and confirmed. When it is time for a REAL protection dog to engage a man with a REAL bite, hidden equipment is a must. Also, working a dog in a muzzle with a decoy in plain clothes is an absolute necessary to proof, build fight drive, and elevate confidence.
It is NOT our intent to discredit anyone or company. These are our valid observations and opinions being expressed to provide food for thought about this FOX 5 video.
To view the video highlight the link below, right-click then copy and paste the link into your browser or search engine. The use of education is empowerment.
Dog versus Gun ?
That’s an age old argument that has merited the opinions of many from all walks of life. In keeping with the facts, here are a few noteworthy thoughts to churn:
The fact is, the answer to the question is relative and subjective. Nevertheless, it is a question that should be given serious consideration. A canine, especially one that is properly trained, can serve as a definite deterrent to an intruder rendering the use of a gun unnecessary in many cases. Statistics reveal, that intruders are less likely to invade a home or person that is protected by the presence of a canine that demonstrates aggression when a threat is perceived.
Awwwwww……..it’s so cute, cuddly, sweet, little, fuzzy, precious!! Although such may be true, the fact is that your puppy also poses some very REAL challenges. To put matters into perspective, a puppy is a living, breathing bundle of variety. As with any living thing, a puppy has a mind of its own and with that mind it is prone to independent thinking. For the owner, some of the behavior that results from the independent thinker-the puppy- can be favorably amusing. However, some of the behavior, on the opposite end of the spectrum, can be frustrating, annoying, and exhausting.
When purchasing your puppy, you no doubt envisioned a life filled with years of joy, countless hours of fun, loving companionship, and numerous moments of bonding-pleasantries, pleasantries, pleasantries! No doubt, in time, you received an undeniable knock at the front door, better known as a REALITY CHECK.
While your puppy has no doubt been the well-packaged bundle of excitement and pleasure that you desired, your puppy has also been a source of irritation at times. The goal of every responsible pet owner should be to enable their pet to live its best life possible; thereby, creating an environment in which a pet can thrive and evolve into a civil and temperamentally sound member of both a family and a society. Responsible puppy ownership is primarily about addressing and supplying the constant needs of a puppy in a manner that promotes the internal and external well-being of the canine as it grows. A balanced life for the owner and the pet is what leads to a satisfying life-long bond with your canine companion.
While a puppy is young and tender, it is an ideal time to introduce a word, a concept, a practice hat makes an environment more civil and more peaceable-TRAINING. Through training, you feed an innate desire within your puppy to please its caring owner. A puppy, like children, solicits affectionate attention, commendation, and constant validation of love. A puppy wants to know that it creates happiness in your life. It is a commonly accepted opinion that one of the greatest joys in life is derived from having children that are well disciplined and respects authority. The same principle applies to owning a puppy. Having a well-trained canine companion will add an enjoyment to virtually any environment. Remember, “mans best friend” is loyal and loyalty is a quality that is driven by obedience which can only be achieved through proper canine training.
Canine puppy training is a form of communication because it establishes understanding between a puppy and its owner. When expectations are set, then all parties involved, although of a different species, operate within their roles in such a way that leads to satisfying coexistence.
Aim for healthy emotional and physical prosperity for your puppy and your family. A well-trained dog is a reflection of the type of owner it has so provide your puppy with what it needs to represent you well!
Due to a lack of awareness in many cases, buyers are purchasing Sport Dogs for protection at VERY HIGH PRICES. The prices are not justified because a Sports Dog IS NOT an adequately trained Protection Dog.
The question beckons, “What is the difference between a Sport Dog versus a REAL Protection Dog?” To start, Sport Dogs are trained or conditioned to focus on the reward or the toy rather than the “man”. Although equipment must be used in order to build a strong bite, learn how to fight with heavy distractions, and to gain an understanding of a dual battle; thereafter, the equipment should be put away and focus should transition to the “man” (civil).
In order to build a REAL Protection Dog muzzle work along with introductions to real life situations is essential! Muzzle work increases fight drive, teaches the dog to use its legs to tackle the threat, and aids with the development of the bite to ensure that the dog defends itself however warranted based on the training implemented.
Understanding the difference between Sport dogs and Protection dogs is vital because your life could be compromised due to a lack of qualified effective protection training.
“Toy drive” or “possession” is a typical trait of a Sport Dog. However, real Protection Dogs as a trait are man-focused.
Sports Dogs are a greater threat to individuals or families because of toy possession, which can lead to bodily harm or accidental bites. Whereas, Protection Dogs do not harbor the same possessive trait for items such as toys, balls, tugs and etc.
Sports Dogs also tend to be trained to concentrate their attention and their aggression towards the protective equipment used in sport dog training. This method serves to protect the decoy during training sessions (Schizund, “Bark & Hold”, etc). This is problematic because in REAL-LIFE situations a “THREAT” will not be wearing a sleeve. In contrast, a Real Protection dog, although a sleeve is used during training sessions, IS NOT sleeve-focused. The focus yet again is on the “man” NOT the equipment.
There exists many other distinctions between a Sports Dog and a Real Protection Dog; nevertheless, we wanted to educate you on a few of the more obvious differences.