Protection Dog Testing

Wed May 12th, 2010 @ 7:22 am

Family Protection Dogs - In order for an adult dog to be a family and an executive protection dog they must pass the criteria listed below.

Must be 18 months to three years of age.

Must be a German Shepherd, Malinois, Dutch Shepherd.

Must be in excellent health and certified by a licensed veterinarian.

Hips and elbows x-rayed and certified by a recognized animal orthopedic agency.

Must be social.

Have high drive to chase ball or toy inside building or outside, also when same object is thrown out of sight.

Dogs must bite in the following situations on undercover sleeve or bodysuit.

Inside building low light.
A) Confined area, closets, hallways, etc.
B) On stairs.
C) On slippery floors.
D) A running person.
E) A person attacking handler.

A) Under gun fire.
B) A person sitting in a vehicle (back seat).
C) A running person.
D) A person attacking handler.

A) Must locate and bite person hiding in
wooded area at least 1/4 acre.
B) Must locate and bite person hiding in
building at least 2500 sq. Feet.

Marv evaluating young dogs.


Titles accepted: KNPV, Ring, IPO, Schutzhund.

Testing at our seminar.

Testing young dog for Family Protection.