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Importing European Dogs vs. Kennel Breeding: What's best for a family protection dog?

In the world of high-end protection dogs, the pursuit of excellence demands a commitment to unparalleled standards. At Canine Protection International, we have revolutionized our approach by steering away from conventional in-house breeding programs, and the importing of titled sport dogs passed off as protection dogs. Instead, we've established an exclusive network of partnerships with the finest breeders in Europe to source top-tier dogs that not only meet but exceed our stringent criteria for personal protection. We select the one percent, of the one percent to allow into our program.

How a Protection Dog Fits into My Everyday Lifestyle

As a first-time owner of a protection dog, it's natural to have questions about how this type of dog can fit into your everyday lifestyle. In this blog post, we'll explore some common questions new owners may have, including whether or not protection dogs need exercise, how long they can be in their crate, how to feed them, and where they can go with you. Some new dog owners find that they must revolve their world around their dog; our training program ensures that your dog's world revolves around you.

The Price of Protection: Investigating the $150,000 Protection Dog Craze in LA

Recently, there has been a lot of buzz in the LA Times, New York Post, and other news outlets about the $150,000 protection dog craze in LA, and around the country. Many people are fascinated by the idea of owning a highly trained elite protection dog, and are willing to pay top dollar for the peace of mind that comes with having a loyal and skilled protector. However, others are critical of the trend, arguing that it is excessive and unnecessary. Nonetheless, the demand for these dogs continues to grow.

The Dynamic Duo (two males trained to live and protect as a team)

Highlights at the end of the delivery of two males (German Shepherd and Belgian Malinois) trained to live together, and work (protect) as a 'team". We think they make a very convincing argument to any intruder: "wrong home - wrong family". As a result our client outside of Mendocino California sleeps comfortably.

Shock and Awe

Okay, pictures of dogs strategically biting that “special place” seems sensational and over-the-top. There is an everyday benefit to this “shock and awe” approach as well.