Watch as anesthesiologist in Boston shares his experience of living in a loft with two fully trained adult German Shepherds from CPI. In the video you see the off-leash control in elevators, on sidewalks, walking through parks, down busy streets and even laying down while their owner goes into a cafe.
Impeccable manners, complete off-leash control and viable protection are without a doubt the three “must haves” when purchasing a protection dog. These basics are only the starting point.
Your experience of owning a protection dog depends on these three basics, and a whole lot more. That’s where as a twenty-year-old company with a staff of eighteen, including two senior staff dedicated specifically to your care (client care), we insure your complete satisfaction before, during and after the delivery.Learn More
Interacting with toddlers?
Playing with 8 year olds?
Specific place to lay when you’re greeting guests at your door?
Rooms that are off-limit?
Swimming pool or boat etiquette?
Our training is centered around one thing: functional results. That one idea drives everything we do. It’s not functional results for us as trainers. What we can get dogs to do for us isn’t important. Our focus is what you will be able to get your new dog to do for you, in your everyday life.
If your dog has impeccable manners, and you have complete off-leash control AND you can “turn on” your dog (instruct to show aggression) to anyone, anywhere and at any time, you have functional results. Anything less is settling for less. Why settle?
Functional results is our practical side. As trainers we care about each dog’s personal experience of us on a daily basis. How we train is just as important to us as the result we produce. What we have really created is a way for our dogs to understand themselves, their relationship with us and the world around them. The end result is dogs who are happy, enjoy life and are free spirited whether running free or obeying a command. For us, it doesn’t get any better than that.
We have grown from starting the business with one employee to now six trainers, eight kennel techs, a full time dog walker, full time health care provider and two staff dedicated to client care. A long way from being an artist whose art form is working with dogs.
Our commitment is to be to client care and long-term support what we are to dog training. It is our hope that you enjoy the benefit of our size with the service you would expect from a smaller “boutique” type-training center.