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For a number of years, Protection Dogs Worldwide has specialised in training and dealing three main breeds: German Shepherd Dogs, Cane Corsos, and the Dobermann Pinscher. While their popularity and temperaments make them the most natural candidates for family protection...Reading Continue

A family protection dog is an absolute investment in your own, your family, and your property’s security. For thousands of years, dogs have been utilised for guardianship and security purposes, and they have proven their worth in these areas many...Reading Continue

Over thousands of years, what was once the grey wolf has evolved into hundreds of different dog breeds. Dogs have been selectively bred for a large number of tasks and purposes such as herding, hunting, companionship, and protection. Humans have...Reading Continue

Since we began working in dealing and training family protection dogs, one breed in particular has stood as being particularly popular: the Dobermann Pinscher. Interest and demand for this breed has been unprecedented compared to our other dogs (the German...Reading Continue

There are any number of reasons why people seek and aspire to own dogs. These may be sentimental, such as a desire for companionship and a friend who will offer unconditional love. Others are more practical, i.e. pest control, aiding...Reading Continue

Protection Dogs Worldwide is delighted to announce that it recently supplied @Katie Price and her family with Blade, an Elite-level German Shepherd Dog. Blade is a stunning black German Shepherd Dog and has already bonded very well with the Price...Reading Continue

Police and army dogs are legendary for their skills and aptitude for protection work. High-profile arrests involving police dogs are always widely publicised, and British Army military working dogs have even been decorated for their bravery on the battlefield during...Reading Continue

The German Shepherd Dog is one of the most popular breeds we work with and deal, and for very good reasons. Despite being a relatively modern dog breed, it has excelled and proven itself as a companion, service dog, herder,...Reading Continue

We are regularly approached by potential customers asking if we can sell them a protection dog puppy, and when we tell them that this is not possible, we are invariably asked why. There are many reasons why we do not...Reading Continue

The key characteristic of a protection dog is that it operates under the direction of one of more handlers rather than simply acting off of its own volition. This is what separates them from guard dogs, who protect and defend...Reading Continue

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