Mission statement: Our primary mission is to provide the highest quality instruction in k-9 personal protection for civilians and their dogs.
Our secondary mission is to provide certified pre-trained
dogs to homes that will allow them to live out the rest of their lives as family pets.
Master Trainer Gregory, with rescued dog, King
Course 403 - The Threat Dog: This course is the precursor for all of our bite-work classes. Your dog will learn to display aggressive and confident behavior on command, or when strangers approach the property or when the owners are physically approached in a threatening way. This course includes basic obedience. No prerequisites. Course fee only $625
Course 501 - The Home Protection Dog: The home protection dog’s job is to act as a deterrent when in and on its owner’s property. Your dog is trained to aggressively defend its home with threat first and finally physical force if necessary. Your dog will be trained to work independently so that it will act properly in its owner’s absence or independently if the owner is attacked and/or incapacitated. Otherwise to act only on its owner’s command. Prerequisite: Course 403. Course fee only $625
Course 502 - The Personal Protection Dog: This dog’s job is to act as a body guard for all members of the immediate family. As such this dog is expected to conduct itself in the same manner as any high level personal protection professional. Your dog must be able to read and evaluate situations and determine as friendly or threatening. However, even if reading a situation as a threat, your dog must stand down at your discretion. Prerequisite: Course 501. Course fee only $800
Course 503 - The Executive Protection Dog: This dog must be able to escort its owner into or on any property where the owner and dog are allowed by law or invited by the owners of the property. While away from its property the dog is expected to conduct itself in a professional and non-threatening manner so as not to impede others from enjoying the same facilities. It is the owner’s responsibility not to take the dog into any situation where the stimuli are excessively aggressive or chaotic and the dog might perceive such stimuli as threatening. Prerequisite: Course 502. Course fee only $900
Heel and Sit: We teach your dog to walk along side of you (no pulling) and sit on command when stopping. Eventually your dog will teach himself to sit when coming to a stop.
Down and Stand: The Down command is perfect for giving your dog time-out. The stand command is a handy command when visiting the Vet’s office or the Groomer.
Stay and Come: The Stay command helps prevent your dog from bolting out doors, rushing for the dog bowl and jumping up on guests. The come command is critical if you plan to go to dog parks.