Personal Protection Security Dogs
Former Military Veterans
Large aggressive dogs for a variety of security needs that work well for the experienced veteran. Cane Corso, Doberman Pinschers, Rottweilers and the German Shepherd. These dogs might look cute but please don’t be deceived by their appearance. As shown below, the cute and cuddly little puppy will grow to become a very large and heavy canine. These breeds are capable of inflicting serious damage on their target. They can be your best friend or a predators worst enemy. Small children should not be left unattended with these breeds. Playful hitting, spitting or rock throwing by small children might be misinterpreted as aggression by these breeds. Other Options
The Rottweiler has been a trusted battlefield partner to the military. The Rottweiler is fearless, loyal, smart, large, aggressive and brave. Children can be accidently knocked down and injured due to the massive weight. Rottweilers are not recommended for the inexperienced dog handler. For the veteran professional working security or personal protection, this breed is an excellent choice.
This breed might very well be one of the lesser known breeds by reputation to the general public. The Cane Corso has been known to weigh somewhere north of 100 pounds and is a very intimidating canine. They require a large area for exercise and a great deal of personal attention. They are not recommended for families with children or the lesser experienced handler. They’re aggressive toward humans and will not likely back down if challenged. The Cane Corso is a good breed to have by your side on the battlefield and for personal protection.
These dogs are an excellent choice for personal protection at home and on the job. Dobermans are aggressive, brave, quick and can also be family friendly in certain environments. Because of their size, small children could be accidently hurt even during play. These animals are very smart and usually adapt well in training.
Very popular dogs for police and the military. Their size and reputation makes them an impressive deterrent in most situations. They have a lot of hair that sheds and requires regular grooming. German Shepherds usually get along well in a family environment and are easy to train. They’re also known for their ability to jump. At least a 6 foot fence is recommended.