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Approximately one week ago we were appalled to discover that three of our Belgian Malinois puppies had been stolen from our CCK9 facility. We have just learned that the individuals responsible for this heinous act have cruelly abandoned the pups by a major highway. Police are furthering their investigation, and we suspect it will not be long before these criminals are brought to justice.
We fear that the pups may be mistaken for coyotes by local farmers in the area. If you spot the pups or have any information as to their whereabouts, please do not hesitate to contact us at: 1.866.865.2259
On Saturday, February 20th at approximately 5am, we were deeply disturbed to discover that our house on the CCK9 facility had been forcefully broken into. Three of our Belgian Malinois puppies at 9 months of age were being kept within the home, and have been stolen. These pups were undergoing training to become Executive Protection Dogs and they are extremely important to us. The pups, Brutus, Nero and Caesar, were litter mates from Cindy and Ducko, and had enormous potential.
Local police are conducting a full investigation, and we pray that these gorgeous Belgian Malinois pups are returned to us without harm. If you have any information that may help us find our pups, please contact us at our toll-free number: 1-866-865-2259. A reward is being offered for their safe return.
We at Command Control K9 are extremely fortunate to have been in a position to have purchased Max. Max is a black and tan male German Shepherd from Holland. Max holds a K.N.P.V. PH 1 title; at 2.5 years of age, this is an extraordinarily rare. Max is very large at 92 lb, with nerves of steel. He is very social and lived in a house with four children. Max protection is extremely hard. He comes in fast and hard, with a bone-crushing bite. Max will be for sale after he completes our Elite Family Estate Protection dog program.
We were very fortunate to be in a position to have purchased Oma. Oma is a K.N.P.V. PH1 title female German Shepherd that we are importing from Holland. She earned her coveted title a year ago. For a female German Shepherd to have a K.N.P.V title is almost unheard of. There are only 800 to 1000 Dogs a year that are awarded this difficult title, and only 1% are German Shepherds. Oma is NOT for sale. After she completes our Elite Family Estate Protection Dog program, she will be held back for our breeding program. Her first breed will take place in Holland, where she will be bred to the top K.N.P.V. German Shepherd dog in Holland, Carlo.
We were very fortunate to be in a position to have purchased Ranger. Ranger comes from one of the top Kennels in North America. She is 100% working line, with no sporting line, even seven generations back. At only one year of age she does it all, from man scent tracking, to article search, to advanced agility, to off-lead obedience, to high-end tactical protection work.
Ranger is not for sale; after she completes our Elite Family Guard Dog program, she will be held back for our breeding program, for future executive protection dogs.
Taz, a German Shepherd working as part of the New York Police Department’s K9 unit, has recently passed away due to cardiac arrest. Taz was nearly two years old when he was assigned to first-response search-and-rescue after the September 11th attacks. He would have been ten years old this October 31st. Following his valient rescue efforts in 2001, Taz continued to serve the New York Polce Department where his duties were to search for evidence, suspects and missing persons alongside his handler, Officer Scott Ryan.
The New York Police Department has made use of police and protection dogs for over a century. While the concept of a police dog was mocked initially, dogs like Taz have proved themselves to be an essential part of police investigations and rescue attempts. In the search-and-rescue effort following September 11th, dogs were deployed round-the-clock with an average of eight police dogs per 12-hour shift.
The New York Police Department currently employs about forty police dogs, most of which are German Shepherds. Taz was the last of the dogs involved in the September 11th rescue effort to still serve on the force.
Clear Lake, Iowa – The Clear Lake Police Department is holding a memorial service for Abby, a hard-working German Shepherd who joined the department in 2007, and died this September 21st after undergoing surgery for a cancerous tumor.
Abby apprehended bank robbers, sniffed for drugs and once helped locate a missing person. Her job was also that of a protection dog, defending her partner, Officer Ryan Eskildsen.
Abby came to the United States eight years ago from the Czech Republic. She was trained as a police dog, not as a pet, but was still popular among school children, recounts Police Chief Greg Peterson.
A display was set up at the service with flowers, photos of Abby, her collar and her badge. The service was emotional, attended by both the police force and members of the public, a true testament to her service in the community.
We’re just after getting back from a very busy schedule. Latterly, travel from coast to coast doing deliveries from California, Texas, Phoenix, Florida, Michigan, New York, Delaware, Boston and our last stop Brampton Ontario, where we delivered Jack. Jack is a Czech line import DDR German Shepherd Level II Executive Personal Protection Dog that not only looks the part, but has exceptionally strong nerves. Jack would not think twice to protect his new family.
Our clients are extremely pleased with their newest family member and we are pleased to have provided a dog of this caliber. It’s deliveries like these that make my job so rewarding . I’ve always said, “If I won the lottery tomorrow I would still be doing the same thing; delivering top quality protection dogs to families with needs.”
It’s always great to match a perfect dog with an equally perfect family. Deno a Male German Shepherd, Level II personal protection dog who graduated at the top of his class.
Deno passed the executive personal protection program with flying colors and is an expert at targeting the weapon hand when defending his family. His level of hardiness with his man-stopping devastation in defense and sound nerves. He was enrolled in the Level II program when our clients, a couple with a Boy decided he fit the profile of everything they wanted. Deno acclimatized very well and seemed as delighted with our client’s family as they were with him.
Our clients are extremely pleased with their newest family member and we are pleased to have provided a dog that will not hesitate to come to our client family’s defense.
It’s deliveries like these that allows me to sleep at night, knowing that my client is in good hands.
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