We all know dogs bite and know how to bite. There are many reasons why dogs bite. Some reasons are fear, possessiveness, threatened, territorial, sick, startled, or in play. What ever the reason, a dog bite can end badly. A untrained dog is more dangerous then a trained dog. An untrained dog can sometimes be forgot about and not watched as closely around company or small children. A untrained dog is more likely to bite out of fear where as a trained dog is more confident and less likely to feel fear. A trained dog is taught when it is acceptable to bite and when it is not. An untrained dog is not taught this. A trained dog is socialized and put in numerous scenarios to be taught when to bite and when not to. A trained dog is taught to bite and hold on command and to protect the family. A good start to a dog your planning on training or getting a trained dog is at the foundation, the bloodline. A bloodline does not tell you everything but it will tell you a lot of what to expect out of the dog.
A trained protection dog is the only weapon that can not be used against you!
Impact K9 USA is excited to announce Training Classes will begin Spring of 2017!
Bill Kennedy has been working and training full service K9's for over ten years.