The Protection Dog Blog is Hosted by the World Renown Security Dog Trainers, Wade and Lori Morrell, covering topics from what to expect when you own a protection dog to the latest news from Priority One Canine.
Do you remember your childhood pet? Of course, you do -- and for many good reasons! As many studies and articles have reported, there are several profound psychological benefits from positive bonds made with children and their pets.
In this final installment in our series, we will take a final look at how protection dogs stack up against security cameras. We don’t think you will be surprised anymore to find that protection dogs overwhelmingly defeat this form of security.
Having a Priority One protection dog is as close as you can get to having your own personal security detail. Not only will this dog determine who or what a real threat is, but also will do so without "false alarms".
At Priority 1 Canine we get hundreds of calls and emails a month from potential families asking us what sets us apart from the rest and why they should choose us. One answer is simply because of our delivery process. The delivery process is probably the most important part of getting a protection dog.
By the time a Priority 1 Canine is ready to move in with its new family, he or she has received thousands of hours of training, and is a highly skilled and obedient personal bodyguard. So why then does it happen that every once in a while, your new companion/protector seems to disregard your command to do a behavior or task?