House and Family Protection

 
Protection Dog Training

Protection Dog Training using creative & effective methods

Protection Dog Training Courses

Family and home protection is a natural instinct that all dogs have. The most important aspect of training is to use the dog’s instinct to properly train it to behave well even while protecting the home or the family.

This training course consists of 10 to 20 lessons. Throughout  the protection dog training course, we teach the dog how to protect you, your belongings, including cars, and your property. If there are children in your family, we put special emphasis on the dog being extra careful while protecting them.

Protection Dog Training Facilities

Protection Dog Training

Protection Dog Training for You and Your Family

This protections dog training course takes place on the school’s property, where we have a special area dedicated to territory protection, multiple houses used to train the dog to protect the home, and a car used solely for protection training.

We use high quality equipment for training and we also have fully trained dogs on the property that can help show your dog what to do.

Protection Dog Training Difficulties

If your dog has issues with self-confidence, it may have trouble with bite work and might get stressed from loud sounds. A dog that is not relaxed and good at playing may have problems with some of the training, which is why our professional dog trainers pay special attention and effort to improving the dog’s stress levels, confidence, bite work, and ability to play and relax. With these qualities properly developed, your dog’s family protection skills will be ideal.

Not every breed of dog is ideal for owner and family protection. Dog breeds that are ideal for protection are German Shepherds, Belgian Shepherds, Rottweilers, and Pitbulls. Mixed-breed dogs also work well, and during your first free lesson, we can check the protection ability of any breed of dog.

Protection Dog Training

Advanced Protection Dog Training

Protection Dog Training Methods

Master Dog Training uses your dog’s natural instincts to train it to protect your family and home. During a hunt, a dog hunts for its prey, guards its territory so no one trespasses. This natural lifestyle of dogs helps people in the sense that the dog protects the family and makes sure that no one in the family is hurt by anyone. For training, we use different toys, a special sleeve, a professional protection costume worn when teaching the dog protection, and different trainers, so that the dog is able to protect its owner from many different people.

Benefits from Protection Dog Training

Protection Dog Training

Protection Dog Training

Benefits for your dog: after protection dog training course, the dog becomes more confident and sure of its strength, as we play on its natural animal instincts. The dog also experiences improved health, increased physical fitness, stops being afraid of sudden noises, and begins to understand you better; overall experiencing increased happiness.

Benefits for you: You will better understand your dog, feel protected, and feel comfortable leaving your home, car, or valuables under the protection of your dog. Protection training will make for better communication with your canine friend, and you will have a fun hobby of working with your dog in a variety of settings.

Why choose Master Dog Training?

Our training programs are custom tailored to fit you and your canine’s specific needs. We train dogs for Shutzhund, protection, and body-guarding. Our trainers are experts in a wide range of disciplines, are aware of  how training is done in Germany, the United States, Switzerland, and Russia, and work for police departments and the military.

If you’re ready to protect yourself, your home and your family, as well as learn to better communicate with your canine friend, register online, or email us at info@MasterDog-Training.com to sign up for your Free first lesson.

We offer obedience dog training and aggressive dog training for every breed of dog, from small breeds, such as Yorkshire and toy terriers, miniature Pinschers, and Chihuahuas, to breeds such as Labradors, German shepherds, Golden Retrievers, Pitbulls, and Malinois, as well as many other dogs.

We also offer puppy obedience training  for puppies 2 months old and older.

If you feel that your dog might have an aggression problem - do not wait! Call us today  (818) 290-9411  or register online and  our trainer will gladly provide a free consultation for you and your dog.

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