As a breeder it is important to work your dog in the environment it is going to be placed in. If you are selling a dog to the military, your dog should be worked with on the battlefield. If you are selling dogs for law enforcement, one should work their dog on the street. If you are selling your dog as an Elite Family Estate Protection Dog you should train your Protection Dog in a home environment.
In this video you will see one of CCK9‘s trainers working a protection dog named Pia in a home. The video demonstrates how one should have control of their dog when a guest enters the home.
A properly bred, raised and trained Personal Protection Dog is a pleasure to own. A good Protection Dog can provide piece of mind for you and your family.
Most dogs given the choice will choose flight rather then fight when faced with real altercation. A good Protection dog is a strong nerved dog that will fight to the end to protect you and your family.
A good Dog is well socialized, environmentally strong, will sit quietly at your side, unless an attack is made on you, or you deploy the dog. CCK9 Protection Dogs are all highly defensive dogs, very loyal and affectionate, and they love children.
A well trained dog or any dog for that matter, should be treated with respect and discipline. Keep him fit and sharp. You can pet your dog, love your dog, but don’t treat him like a human. We at Command Control Canine have a saying, you must treat your dog fair but firm.
Pia is a young Sable German Shepherd import from one of the top Kennels in Germany. She has extremely nice conformation and her pedagree is very interesting starting with her Father Ickx, Vito, Tom, Nastja.
Pia is a very social dog with lots of personality and she absolutely loves children. Environmentally Pia is very strong, you can take her anywhere, whether it be a shopping mall, airport or to a local park.
In her protection she come in fast and hard with a strong hard grip. Pia has just completed our Executive Protection Dog program.
This is a behind the scenes look into the training of Cindy & Sting.
A good Protection Dog has many skills. They are socially good with children, obedient, sharp, well mannered and environmentally strong.
As one may know, the bad guy doesn’t always come into your home empty-handed. That is why it is extremely important that a protection dog has the training skill to target the weapon hand. All of CCK9′s Elite Family Estate Protection Dogs are trained to target the weapon hand.
Cindy is a Female Belgian Malinois which we bred in 2009. She was not only the only female but she was also the pick of the litter out of five pups. Cindy is the mirror image of her Father Ducko one of CCK9′s old Personal Protection Dogs. Cindy will be bred in 2013 to Hollands KNPV PH 1 Dutch National Champion Spanky.
Sting is a 19 Month KNPV line German Shepherd which we imported at 8 weeks from one of Holland’s top KNPV kennels. Sting is also the direct son of Gandhi, our very own KNPV PH2 German Shepherd.
Please note that NO FOOD, BALLS, TUGS, SLEEVES, or E COLLARS were used in training. Just a simple concept of communication and desire.
A good protection dog wears many hat’s. This is a video of behind the scene training with our Protection dog Dereck working in man scent tracking. Man scent tracking is just one of the many exercises that all of our Elite Family Estate Protection Dogs are trained to do.
This is a video of our staffer Julia working one of our protection dogs Ombra with horses.
When training your Protection dog it is imperative to condition your dog to work under extreme distraction. At Command Control Canine we work all our dogs at a very young age under heavy distractions. We understand that this is a very important to our clients, that is why even our young dogs can do a permanent down stay for 2 to 3 hours.
We here at Command Control Canine also understand that 95% of our clients have other animals.
That is why we work all our dogs with horses cats and other animals.
We were very fortunate to have the opportunity to showcase Assan. Assan is a 3 year old KNPV PH 1 German Shepherd import from Holland. Assan earned his coveted KNPV PH1 degree in May of this year with a perfect score of 440 points, which gave him a bye to go to the Dutch National Championship in September, of this year were he place first with 440 points. The K.N.P.V. program is the most difficult dog sport in Europe. As one knows, there are only 800 to 1000 dogs that earn this difficult title each year, and the only place where one can title their dog for a PH1 is in the Netherlands. Out of the 1000 dogs entered only ten dogs get invited to the Dutch National Championship. To have a German Shepherd at this level, this young for sale is almost unheard of.
This is a video of two CCK9 Protection Dogs working on the street. At Command Control Canine we work every dog on the street every day. We believe you must work the dog in the environment it’s going to be placed in.