Personal Protection Dog Training
Dog Training Elite does not train sentry dogs, only family dogs that are highly obedient with the ability to be aggressive only if needed and only if given a command. Personal protection dog training is ideal for a family that would like their pet to be able to send warnings to possible intruders or attackers and to defend family members in case of emergency.
Our Personal Protection Training Process
A free in-home dog evaluation is needed to asses if a family dog has the correct temperament to be properly and safely trained in protection work. A dog that is nervous, stressed and driven by anxiety may not possess the qualities to safely pursue bite work training without being a liability to the family. Dog Training Elite's personal protection dog training process will ensure that a dog’s loving and social temperaments are retained as the protection skills are properly developed. A family pet that is properly trained to be a personal guard dog will see the following benefits:
- A boost in confidence
- Improved health and physical fitness
- Improved communication, understanding and bonding with handler
- Decease in general anxieties, stress and nervousness
- Increased obedience and overall happiness
We offer several options for training your pet to be a personal or family protection dog. For an intro to personal protection, start with our advanced personalized package which includes a high level of obedience required for personal protection work and introductory bite work. If you do not currently have a dog that is suitable for the program. Call us today to discuss our personal protection dog training programs or schedule a free in-home evaluation.
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Dog Training Elite Franchise works with dog's and their families to create the most successful positive service dog training programs.
Our processes allow for us to easily complete our personal protection dog training at your home and in different environments— such as in the park or around other dogs while you walk through the neighborhood!