Family protection dogs, Personal Protection dogs

So you want to own a personal or family protection dog?

Here is a small check list that you should read to see if you are ready to own one of these extraordinary animals. 

  • Do you have enough space for daily exercise 

  • Do you have at least 1 Hour a day to exercise 

  • We feed our dogs raw meat, fruit (no grapes),vegetables, eggs, oils. Can you provide 2 daily meals of the same nutritional value?

  • We advise that dogs be sent back to us for a week, once to twice a year to refresh the things they have learnt and to add any further training necessary or required by the client. Can you commit to this?

  • Do you have a kennel made ready or an area in the house that can be used as the dogs area?

  • Can you offer 10-15 years of your life to these daily routines.

Now that you understand the responsibilities of owning a protection dog, the next question is how much will one cost? 

We have posted some of our personal protection dogs available for sale in India, only. However we believe that a personal protection dog should not be chosen from a picture on a website. We need to find out what exactly your needs are, from your dog.  After a discussion with you on the phone, we would then decide what dog would best meet your needs and send you all the information about that dog along with the cost. The delivered price anywhere in India for a fully trained personal protection dog ranges between 8 and 15 Lacs depending on the dogs training pedigree and location it has to travel to. That is only INR 1,820 per day cost. A very small price to pay for your and your family's safety. And remember, unlike a bodyguard, your dog provides security 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. No vacations, no holidays,  and no eavesdropping, just non-stop love and loyalty.

Our Training 

Our rigorous training programme allows us to select only the best potential puppies. The final dogs that we deem ready to come to your home are both a loving, playful pet and a fearsome defender of your family's lives. A stable well balanced canine is what we strive for. 


Here is a list of commands your dog will obey:

  • Watch him: Upon command the dog will aggressively bark and growl towards any threat, person or animal, on and off leash. The dog will be at your left side whilst continuing to guarding you, until released. 

  • Vorhaus/Hold and bark: Upon command, the dog will sprint to the criminal/threat and aggressively jump and bark. The dog will attack on command or heel to your left on command. 

  • Guard the door: Upon command the dog will sprint to the exit you direct him to and he will prevent anyone from leaving.

  • Attack: Upon command or upon physical assault, your dog is trained to attack the threat or intruder. If the suspect has a weapon, he will attack the hand holding the weapon. If you are being attacked by more than one person, the dog will always go after the person directly assaulting you and switch aggressors if necessary.

  • Hold: If the dog is biting and you do not want him to let go of the aggressor you can reinforce the bite by saying hold 

  • Aus: If you want the dog to stop the attack on a suspect this command will release the bite. 

  • Search: This command when you want the dog to search your home or estate/land before you enter. If the dog finds an intruder, he will detain the intruder with a hold and bark. If the intruder tries to escape, the dog will attack. The dog distinguishes friend or foe by scent not sight thus preventing friendly attacks. 

  • Protect Premises: When the dog is in his home and if a stranger approaches he will begin barking to warn the suspect and to alert you of the threat. If the intruder enters the house, the dog will attack.

  • Protect Vehicle: If the dog is in your car and someone tries to pull you out of the car, the dog will attack the criminal. If a stranger enters the parked car, the dog will attack.

  • Bark: You can command your dog to bark at any time by giving the bark command 

  • Aus: If your dog is barking you can tell him to stop by giving the quiet command


  • Children: As one of the most important aspects of socialization, each dog will spend a substantial amount of time with young children.

  • Dogs: Each dog will spend a lot of time with other dogs of all ages, both familiar and strangers. They will know the proper greetings and actions to interact properly with other dogs.

  • Cats: Dog will not chase cats 

  • Horses & Cows : The dog will be exposed to both horses and cows and will not chase, bark at, or startle them.

  • Zoo: Dog will visit the zoo on many occasions to desensitize him to different animal types.

  • Ignore other dogs: The dog will not get distracted by other dogs and try to chase after them while under your control. They will of course be very social and will play nice with dogs when you give him the Free command to go and play.


  • Sit: When you tell your dog to sit, it means sit and not move until you release them. The command stay is assumed. If you leave your dog outside a shop and say sit, he will remain there indefinitely until you are finished shopping. Distractions such as another dog coming or people petting him, he will still remain in place.

  • Down: When you tell your dog to lay down, it means sit and not move until you release them. The command stay is assumed. If you leave your dog outside a shop and say down, he will remain there indefinitely until you are finished shopping. Distractions such as another dog coming or people petting him, he will still remain in place.

  • Here: This is the most important obedience command, and your dog will perform this flawlessly. When you give the come command your dog will come to you and stand in front of you and wait for your next command. You can call your dog both verbally and with a whistle.

  • Heel: When you give the heel command either verbally or with a hand cue, your dog will jump to your left side. Heeling can be done on or off leash. 

  • No: This command is given to your dog when he is doing something he should not be.

  • Up: This command is used to command your dog to go up. For example if you want your dog to get up into a car, or jump up onto a chair.

  • Off: You give the command off when you want your dog to get off of a person or an object such as a chair or sofa 

  • Leave It: This command tells your dog to leave what ever it is that he is interested in and to leave it alone. 

  • Place: (Get in your Kennel): Go to your kennel

  • Eat: When you feed your dog, he will not eat until you give him the eat command

  • OK: When you give this command, your dog can play, run, and do pretty much what he wants 

  • No Begging: The dog will leave the area where food is being consumed and lie down. 

  • No Jumping: The dog will not jump up on anyone.

  • Shake: When your dog is wet, you can command him to shake

Agility & Play  

  • Fetch: This is an important skill for overall exercise and fun for everyone. Each dog reliably fetches and returns the object to the front of the handler without dropping.

  • Swimming: Each dog is an accomplished swimmer.

  • Jump: The dog is able to jump over many obstacles in various situations without fear. This includes: fences and walls that are over two meters high, jumping into open windows, and jumping over water and holes in the ground. These skills are useful in situations.


  • Escalators: The dog will know how to go up and down escalators

  • Open Stairs: The dog will be comfortable walking up and down open stairs

  • Elevators: The dog will be comfortable riding in elevators.

  • Trains: The dog will be experienced getting on, off and riding on trains.

  • Buses: The dog will be experienced getting on, off and riding on buses.

  • Taxis: The dog will comfortably ride in the back seat of a taxi with or without you in the back.

  • Waiting outside shops: The dog will be able to patiently wait outside shops 

  • Fireworks/Gunfire: The dog will be conditioned to fireworks and gunfire. 

  • Thunder: The dog will be conditioned to Thunder and will not be afraid of thunder.

  • Heights: The dog will be conditioned to high locations and will not be afraid of heights.

  • Close Quarters: The dog will be conditioned to small enclosures

  • Busy Streets with many people: The dog will be conditioned to busy streets and walkways with man people situations and noises.

  • Strange People: Each dog will be conditioned to things that are scary and strange looking to a dog. This will include people with wigs, masks, umbrellas, walkers, wheelchairs, skateboards, joggers, skating, and big hats.


  • Your dog will enter the vehicle upon the Kennel or Up command

  • Your dog will not exit the vehicle until commanded to do so. You can command the dog to exit with the Heel or with the Free command.

  • Your dog will protect your automobile by guarding and can quickly be silenced by giving the Retreat command.

  • Dog will be fully comfortable travelling for long distances in the car

  • Dog will not bark at other dogs it sees outside the car



  • Eat: will not eat until given the command to eat

  • Do not eat any food found on the ground: Not only is your dog trained not to eat any food found on the ground or given to them by strangers, they are specifically taught to despise the smell of antifreeze and rat poison.

  • Do not eat any food from strangers

  • Do not beg

  • Do not eat food off of the table

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