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The role of our security dogs is to deliver a robust, high impact, highly visible presence. 

Our General purpose security dogs work safely and happily in any environment and are trained to alert their handler to any potential threat or intruder.

We are certified to industry recognised NASDU or NTIPDU Level 2 along with monthly in-house and quarterly external assessments.

Our dogs and handlers are trained to the highest standards and we go above and beyond to ensure the safety, security and wellbeing of the sites and clients we serve.

The welfare of our clients and their properties as well as helping to create safer communities is at the forefront of what we do. We offer a professional and reliable service you can rely on. 

The presence of a security dog and handler team is generally sufficient to deter the majority of unauthorised trespassers or intruders!

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Throughout each individual assignment, our handlers, whilst patrolling, will continually carry out visual risk assessments, while our dogs, through exceptional training and use of their superior senses of sight and smell allow for advanced warning of any possible danger or risk.

Therefore, you will have peace of mind knowing our dogs and handlers are capable of managing and safely resolving any incident on any site.

The presence of a security dog and handler team is generally sufficient to deter the majority of unauthorised trespassers or intruders.

However, should a breach occur then the handler would verbally challenge the reason for being on site, ask for the necessary identification and assess the validity of the reason given for being on site. 

On the rare occasion an intruder persists or becomes hostile, then our handler will instruct the dog to show a precisely controlled level of aggression, demonstrating the deterrent necessary to restore the safe integrity of the site, before returning the dog to a calm state of active alertness. 

In most cases, the situation is safely resolved with a minimal amount of disruption and where possible, without any physical contact between either handler, dog or intruder.