Protection Training as a Duty, Not a Game

CCPD uses very unique and specific training methods. Unlike the traditional protection dog training methods used by our competitors, which is to train a dog using protection as a game, our dogs are trained in defensive protection techniques from a very young age. You do not consider your personal safety, or that of your family as a game, nor should your dog. This is why we never use a towel, tug or sleeve when starting our puppies in bite development. Our dogs are trained to defend for the right reasons, much like a human bodyguard. From a young age our dogs are trained to recognize behavior that could be threatening to the person or family they are protecting and will defend them on command with strength and courage.

Custom Dog Training Equipment

Equipment used to train our Protection dogs is designed and manufactured for our specific needs. We never use shock collars – (E collars). All of our dogs are trained using humane measures which build the ego of the dog instead of breaking the dog’s spirit. Only confident dogs are suited for this type of demanding work and cruelty breaks their confidence and trust. We do not use food as a reward. The only reward your dog needs to protect is the knowledge he is fulfilling his duty to your family. Our dogs are motivated by the strong, natural desire to please their handlers. As the owner, you in turn show your appreciation by providing a loving, stable environment for your protection dog. Food or toy rewards are not needed as the relationship between your family and the dog is mutually beneficial.


Command Control Protection Dogs has two training programs to choose from. Personal Protection DogsFamily Protection Dogs, and Customized Training for more personal program. Our Custom Training is outlined below.

Custom Lifestyle

  • Trained in your language of choice
  • Socialization with other domestic pets or livestock
  • Uses specific area of property to relieve themselves
  • Relieves themselves on command
  • Tailored program for the disabled
  • Exposure to aircraft
  • Exposure to marine travel
  • Traveling unrestrained in a vehicle
  • Holding a down stay in an office environment such as under your desk


  • Child protection program
  • Vehicle hijack prevention
  • Aggression alert
  • Aggression alert in the sit position
  • Targeting the weapon hand
  • Exposure to live gunfire, fire, smoke, and explosives
  • Biting on an elevated surface such as the roof of a vehicle
  • Crowd control
  • Muzzle work
  • Food refusal
  • Article guarding
  • Guarding surrounding premises

Scent Work

  • Man scent tracking
  • Lost child recovery
  • Building search
  • Article search such as wallets, cell phones, keys