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CANINE SECURITY

Canine security training

A police dog, known as a "K-9" or "K9" (a homophone of "canine") in some English-speaking countries, is a dog that is specifically trained to assist police and other law-enforcement personnel in their work. Their duties include searching for drugs and explosives, searching for lost people, looking for crime scene evidence, and protecting their handlers. Police dogs must remember several hand and verbal commands. The most commonly used breed is the German Shepherd.

Utilizing highly trained canines, experienced certified handlers and security guard specialists, we offer a premier service in this unique and effective approach to meeting the security needs of our clients. Our expertly trained handlers and dogs have years of experience behind them to ensure that we provide the highest possible standard of service.

Technique is simple, fast, and reliable. Focus is mainly in Human as well as canine communication, psychology and bonding.

Approach

We handle any bread, any age and any problem. We follow a science and systemic way of approach to train and rehabilitate dog. We also focus on the owners too so that they can build healthy relationship and better way of communication.

Some breeds are used to enforce public order by chasing and holding suspects, or detaining suspects by the threat of being released, either by direct apprehension or a method known as Bark and Hold. Police dogs, such as the German Shepherd breed, have many qualities that make them applicable for the job. A successful police dog should be intelligent, aggressive, strong, and have a good sense of smell. Many police dogs that are chosen are male and remain unneutered to maintain their aggressive behavior, however there are female police dogs which are used for rescue, tracking, and locating bombs and drugs.German Shepherd dogs and Belgian Malinois are most commonly used because of their availability; however other dog breeds have also contributed, such as Dutch Shepherds, Rottweilers,Boxers, Doberman Pinschers, Bouvier des Flandres, Giant Schnauzers, and Airedale Terriers.

"A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than you love yourself."

How does Canine Security ensure full-time protection?

Our Canine Security Units are highly trained and experienced in a wide range of areas from narcotics detection, personnel searches to crowd control. We would comprise a tailor made operation to meet your specific project requirements.

Are Canine Security Guard Dogs Safe?

The guard dogs protect a fenced area with warning signs clearly posted. No one gets in "accidentally". The bark of the guard dogs is enough to discourage anyone, even a child, from approaching area.

Will Canine Security Guard Dogs attack someone they're not supposed to attack?

Based on our experience none of our dogs have ever attacked anyone, unprovoked, when outside their assigned guard area. Guard dogs, like house dogs, react furiously when strangers enter their territory, but behave differently elsewhere.