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           Protection Training
254-226-6086  or  254-226-5858

Personal Protection Training

Home Protection or Defense of Handler (Your Self) is a natural instinct in dogs, protecting you, your family, and home. Canines know who their family is and the majority will not hesitate to put themselves in harm's way to protect one of their own. But, protective instincts can be so strong that it causes unwanted aggression toward other people your dog is not familiar with. For this reason, the guarding instinct should be refined with the foundations of obedience training and socialization throughout the dogs life.  Protection Dog Training  methods are not for everyone nor are they suited for all dogs. When evaluating your dog for personal protection training, your dog needs to be well socialized, confident but not aggressive. Your dog will first run through the basics of off-leash obedience training and then start to learn and respond to the “bark” and “leave it” commands. Next they will develop strong full mouth grips on a bite pillow/developer then move on to targeting a sleeve or hidden sleeve. The most important thing is that  your dog has a good On and Off switch when doing any type of agitation or  bite work. They should have the ability to play and relax and bring that adrenaline down when given the  command. With these qualities properly developed, your dog is on it's way in becoming a well trained Personal or Family Protection Dog. If there are children in your family, we put special emphasis on the dog being extra careful while protecting them.


The Dog Must Complete Both Obedience Programs to Start Protection Training 

$12,000 (6 month program) Deposit Required $2400 Call Justin 254-226-6086  Training Deposit Form 

Training Program Bag

After completion of the training program we send you home with a bag full of items from companies we partner with as a gift from us to you :)

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All Board & Train Programs consist of 1 hour training sessions per day and our kennel hand comes daily for run/playtime. It should go without saying that nothing is a guarantee, it can take your dog time to transition here working with a new handler/trainer temperaments/drives vary if there are aggression issues and behavioral problems it can take longer for them to trust and be willing to participate. All breeds are different and socialization is crucial in helping your dog adjust well around new people. Communication is important if you have questions don't hesitate to reach out Justin Evans 254-226-6086

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