Becoming Your Puppy's Pack Leader

The average dog owner does not have a clue about how strong the genes are that control their puppy's temperament, personality, and drives. Puppies that don’t have a sold pack structure grow up to become dominant and obnoxious adult dogs. When people bring an 8 or 12 week old puppy home their first concerns are “what should I feed my puppy?" and "how do I stop it from peeing on the floor?” These are important and credible concerns, but equally important and often ignored, is the concept of how to establish yourself as your new pup's pack leader.

This article will explain how we raise a new puppy in our home.



Why Training Your Dog?

Why is training so important to you and your dog? More dogs are euthanized every year due to behavior problems than for any other reason. This startling statistic shows that owners who do not train their dogs simply give up on them up out of frustration. Chewing, digging, urinating and defecating in the house, jumping up, nipping, all of these behaviors are solvable and manageable with good, consistent training. Obedience training is one of the most important aspects of raising a dog. In fact, a well trained dog is by far a happier dog! Why? Because a trained dog requires fewer restrictions. The more reliable the dog, the more freedom he is given.

Pre Trained Dogs Available

We offer a full range of canine services to private and government sectors. We supply and train working dogs for all situations .We also train dogs with the ability to be integrated into your household and daily life.

Buying A Trained Guard Or Protection Dog

The market for personal protection dogs is growing and customers are no longer just police departments, or millionaires. Husbands & housewives, single men & women account for a large increase in demand for quality affordable trained protection dogs. A declining economy, increasing unemployment and poverty influence an increase in robberies, home invasions, rape and other heinous crimes.

Understanding Trained Protection Dogs

A personal protection dog is a dog that protects its handler from harm by another person. A trained personal protection dog is trained to apprehend a person by on command or threat to its handler. The dog must do this by intimidation, threat or bite work. The dog has complete obedience, sociability and control skills. Many personal protection and patrol dog will perform watchdog skills. A good personal protection dog is also a good family dog with some restrictions.