What is a personal protection dog?
Personal protection dogs are a specialist type of service dog. They are trained to stay with the individual they are protecting and protect them if any threats do occur. They are trained to quickly act and intervene should the security of the individual be threatened in any way. As well as this, they are loving, family pets.
Is a trained dog the answer?
For a variety of reasons and living with the threats of the modern world, the majority of people wish to further improve the security surrounding themselves, their property or their assets. Whilst there are multiple ways to do this, a trained personal protection dog provides an understated yet, effective solution to do so. Well trained personal protection dogs are most definitely a tangible asset in today’s world to deter and discourage the bad people who live in our society.
Training of a personal protection dog
Personal protection dogs are trained to respond to any potential threat which may occur. They are trained to do this in a measured format depending on the level of danger that the threat is causing. The first approach a protection dog will take is to try and deter the assailant by controlled aggression. Usually, during this stage the dog with either bark or growl. In many cases, this will suffice the problem, however if not, the trained protection dog will take further action.
If the owner is in immediate risk of being assaulted, the dog, either with or without command, will disable the threat by biting and holding the assailant. The dog will then not release the assailant unless commanded to do so by its owner.
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