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TAKE BACK CONTROL


Family personal protection dog, Belgian Malinois, doing a run away bite during protection training.
Belgian Malinois protection work

"Take Back Control with an exclusive Family Protection Dog" is what we here at K9-Unleashed offer our clients with our trained protection dogs for families and individuals who want an added layer of security. Our dogs are typically highly trained to protect their owners and property while also being well-behaved and social in everyday situations. Here are some key points to consider if you are interested in a family protection dog:

  1. Security: Family protection dogs are trained to deter intruders, protect your family, and respond to threats. They can provide peace of mind for families concerned about safety.

  2. Training: These dogs go through extensive training to develop specific skills, such as obedience, attack and release commands, and the ability to remain calm in various situations. The training is typically conducted by professional trainers.

  3. Temperament: A well-trained family protection dog should have a stable and balanced temperament. They should be obedient and reliable, but also friendly and non-aggressive in normal social situations.

  4. Lifestyle Compatibility: Consider your family's lifestyle and whether a protection dog is a good fit. These dogs require ongoing training and exercise to maintain their skills and stay happy and healthy.

  5. Cost: High-quality family protection dogs can be expensive. This includes the initial purchase price, training costs, and ongoing care. Be prepared for this financial commitment.

  6. Legal and Ethical Considerations: Understand the laws and regulations regarding owning a protection dog in your area. It's important to ensure that you and the dog comply with all legal requirements.

  7. Professional Guidance: Work with reputable breeders or organizations that specialize in providing family protection dogs. They can help you find a dog that meets your specific needs and provide ongoing support and training.

  8. Family Training: It's crucial that all family members are trained on how to interact with and handle the protection dog. This ensures safety and consistency in the dog's behavior.

  9. Ongoing Care: These dogs require ongoing care, including regular exercise, veterinary care, and mental stimulation. Be prepared for the long-term commitment of owning a protection dog.

  10. Socialization: While protection dogs are trained to be vigilant and protective, they should also be socialized from an early age to ensure they can interact safely with family, friends, and other pets.

Before deciding to get a family protection dog, carefully assess your specific security needs and whether this type of dog aligns with your lifestyle and preferences. It's essential to work with professionals who can guide you through the process of acquiring and maintaining a well-trained protection dog.

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