People seek personal protection dogs for a wide variety of reasons. Surely, every person has at least one thing in the world that they feel is worth protecting. Taking the extra step in protecting yourself and your loved ones by purchasing a personal protection dog can result in a better safety, quality of life, and peace of mind.

Why Do I Need a Personal Protection Dog?

The importance of protecting ones self from harm is often overlooked. People tell themselves “I live in a safe area,” or “it could never happen to me.” Unfortunately, crime can happen to anyone at anytime. It is always better to be safe than sorry.

Many people looking to purchase a personal protection dog for themselves do so because they have already been victims of violent crime. For these people, recovering from the trauma of the experience they endured is a long and painful process. For some, the extent of the psychological trauma is so extreme that they have trouble even leaving their own homes for fear of being victimized again. To own a protection dog is to know that you can safely leave your house at night with your dog at your side to protect you. For victims of violent crime, this sense of security is a life-changing experience, and a crucial milestone along the path to once again living a life free of fear.


In a world where home invasions, armed robberies, kidnappings, sexual assaults, car jackings, and gun violence can occur at any moment, parents are on high alert when it comes to defending their families and keeping them safe. After all, there’s nothing more important or valuable in life than family. One of the best ways to guard your home, belongings, and family from harm is by adopting a family protection dog. At CCPD, we are committed to providing families with extensively trained dogs that are not only obedient and protective, but excellent companions as well.

What is a Family Protection Dog?

A family protection dog is a highly trained dog that has been conditioned to respond both on command and in response to aggression in order to protect you and your family. These personal protection dogs integrate into families the same way that other pet dogs do, but with a strong instinct to guard and protect the ones they love. Contrary to guard dogs and watch dogs, a family protection dog’s job is not only to protect, but to befriend as well. You can think of your personal protection dog as a best friend that would do anything to deter possible harm.

A family Security dog can serve several different roles, including:

  • An everyday companion and pet
  • A dependable home security system
  • A personal bodyguard during late night errands and outdoor workouts
  • A vigilant guardian of children during outdoor play
  • An extra set of loyal eyes constantly monitoring your children, home, and belongings