Protection Dog Case Studies, Reviews And News
Anka was a compact bitch we trained to executive protection dog status early last year. Following a domestic burglary Mr and Mrs C from Bookham in Surrey contacted K9Protector. They had a previous experience with a protection dog company and as a result of that experience they were naturally cautious. Anka was viewed by Mr and Mrs C and it was decided that at the earliest opportunity Anka would travel to her new home in Bookham. After a comprehensive handover at home Anka settled to her new family home.
Its a sad fact that whilst most of us are enjoying the warmer weather we tend to feel safer and let our guard down somewhat. It's easy to forget that an open window at night time can be an easy point of entry for a would be intruder. It's easy to speak of the benefit of hind sight and how a protection dog would of changed or prevented a burglary however simple steps can avoid such events. Remember to lock all windows even in a vented position. Check all doors are secure. For complete peace of mind you may consider a protection dog. CCTV has often poor image and will not alert you in the same way a protection dog will.
Flash is a twelve month old male. Rare in the fact that Flash is a UK bred protection dog candidate. He bears out his name in body and mind. Quick across the ground and quick to learn I'm sure Flash will make a fabulous protection dog.
This week saw the return of Cindy a nine month old substantial sable female for further protection dog training. Cindy lives in North Somerset and has settled well into family life. Testing this week saw Cindy up and running on the foundation work for protection dog training I am certain Cindy will be a protection dog of the future to watch.