Guard dogs are an amazing form of protection. It doesn’t matter if you want to secure your home, property or business, a guard dog is trained to deter intruders and intercept criminals who partake in anti-social behaviour.
The Benefits Of Getting A Guard Dog
Unlike regular pets, guard dogs are more intelligent and physically fitter. You can rely on them to distinguish between individuals who pose a threat to your premises and those who are harmless.
If an intruder enters your property without permission, guard dog patrols possess the speed and stamina to chase them down. This makes it much harder for the criminal to commit offences and increasingly difficult to leave unscathed.
Canine security stops criminals from escaping from your property quickly. Therefore, while your guard dog is deterring them, you can call the local authorities to come and arrest the intruder.
Apart from offering you security against intruders, guard dogs are loyal and loving companions too. If you work night shifts for a security company it can be a little lonely keeping watch. However, with a guard dog, you won’t be by yourself for extended periods.
As for families, guard dogs are otherwise friendly and loving pets. You can do a range of fun activities with your dog and provide it with the care it needs. The only difference is that your dog will be a reliable form of protection against any criminals or other intruders in your home.
The Best Guard Dog Breeds
Some dog breeds are more suitable for offering protection than others. The best guard dog breeds include German Shepherds, Rottweilers, Doberman Pinscher and Staffordshire bull terrier.
These dog breeds tend to be physically imposing and also have the aggression required to deter criminals from committing crimes in the first place.
Part of hiring a guard dog is making intruders think twice about entering your property without permission. For example, when a criminal sees a large German shepherd, they will know that escaping will be no easy feat.
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