Q: At what age do you begin training?
A: o We recommend you begin training as soon as you take your puppy home at 8 weeks. We do not begin any training with our clients till their pup is 15 weeks of age with proof of all vaccinations.
Q: What breed is best for protection work?
A: In our years of experience, we have found the German Shepherd, Belgian Malinois & Dutch Shepherd to be the best suited and clear headed for the job. We will train any and all breed for this task per our client’s needs.
Q: What breed is best for service/therapy?
A:We have had great success for the Retriever breeds and the German Shepherd. Late the Belgian Malinois is becoming an even better candidate for our Service/Therapy dog program!
Q: How long does it take to train my dog?
A: This will all depend on A. Your dog and B. what type of training you want.
Q: Where do your dog’s come from?
A: Our dogs are sourced from Europe and hand selected by our master trainers to be sure we procure the best possible dog for the selected tasks.
Q: What is your guarantee?
A:One (1) year health and workability guarantee. 100% full credit towards another dog to equal the price paid on your original dog.
Q: What can we expect once we get our family protection dog?
A: Only the finest most responsive training there is. Our dogs are second to none and we let our actions and past clients prove it. From start to finish we answer any and every question you may have and are here for you 24/7 for the life of your dog.
Q: Is it better to get a puppy or adult?
A: We are HUGE fans of going with an older dog. Less issues, already aware of good and or if any bad traits have been fixed! No chewed up, couches and shoes! Again, there is nothing wrong with a puppy but if you can’t decide between the two and you budget allows for an older dog we strongly recommend.
Q: Can our children be around our protection dog?
A: Yes. We go over in extensive detail prior to purchase to insure you and your family get the perfect fit!
Q: Can family and friends be around our protection dog?
A: Yes. As stated above all of this will be decided and cleared up prior to the purchase of your Family Protection Dog.
*** We cannot stress enough how important it is to know that “Not every dog is right for every situation.”
Q: Can I bring my own dog to be trained for a service dog?
A: Yes, we are more than willing to evaluate your dog to see if it has what it takes to be a Service dog. If so, we will gladly train your dog to be your service animal.
Q: Can you train my chihuahua to be a detection dog?
A: Again, not every dog is right for every situation but if your chihuahua has what it takes consider it done!
Q: How much are your services?
A: This all depends on the service needed, the amount of time involved, the dog selected etc. All of this will be full disclosure prior to spending any money at our facility. No hidden gimmicks here!
Q: My dog is aggressive towards strangers can you help?
A: Yes. This is a process that takes time on our part and your part, but it can and will be done if your willing to train along at home from what we taught you and your dog.
Q: My dog is aggressive towards dogs can you help?
A: Yes. This is becoming a much bigger problem than the past due to overwhelming work schedule etc. Our daily doggy camp helps with this when started at and early age and if your dog is older, we HIGHLY recommend our Board & Train program to fix these issues.
Q: Do you use E-Collars?
A: No, we do not as we have no intentions in forcing a dog to train and do something out of fear! We train every dog different and use different tools to the trade but shocking your dog into submission is not one of them! (Please see our blog page and read Blog #1)
Q: Do you have references?
A: Yes, we have many references available to share with our intended buyers!