Protection Dog Breeds

In today’s protection dog climate there are two breeds of dogs that are used with the greatest frequency.  Those breeds are the German Shepherd Dog and the Belgian Malinois.  At any given moment we have on hand or with our European and Latin American partners several German Shepherds and Belgian Malinois for sale that can meet the needs for just about any client.  These two breeds are breeds that have been bred for decades in Europe and other locations around the world with singular purpose; to be trained for police, military, and protection duties.

Because of certain breeding practices it can often be quite difficult to find high quality, protection capable dogs of other breeds such as the Rottweiler, Doberman Pinscher, Giant Schnauzer, Bouvier de Flandres, Boxer, and others.  Many breeders of these dogs have been using breeding practices that focus too heavily on the dog’s appearance and have ignored other negative characteristics as they have slowly crept into the breed.  While these practices still commonly take place there still exist many breeders who are breeding their dogs for their old time working ability.  It is from these breeders that we continue to find our canines.

Because of the potential scarcity of high quality specimens of these breeds it sometimes takes certain levels of negotiation and ‘arm twisting’ to convince these overseas breeders to part with their quality animals.  Because these breeders realize that they will sometimes have to wait years before breeding another such quality animal they are often only purchased with high sums of money.

While this is not always the case, the breed of dog can often impact the total purchase price of our trained protection dogs for sale.  One of the things that sets us apart is our relationships we have with dog people from around the globe.  We keep limited quantities of dogs on hand to serve our customers better.  Companies that maintain high amounts of dogs often end up pushing those dogs on potential clients just to get rid of them, even though they may not be the right dog for the right situation.  Many of our dogs stay with our overseas partners until they are ready to enter our training program.  This allows us better leverage for finding just the right dog for our clients.