So you have been thinking about purchasing a protection dog for you and your family. You’ve spent hours upon hours searching the internet, looking at pictures, and watching video of prospective prospects. You’ve decided on a company and reach out to them. They tell you about "THOR", a dog imported from Germany who is perfect for you and your family. You see Thor’s pictures and a short video and he seems like what a protection dog should look like. You pay the company and they tell you that your new German shepherd will be arriving at the airport next Tuesday and to bring some hot dogs with you. They also tell you to watch the video of Thor as soon as you get home! Oh, by the way you’re supposed to feed Thor some of those hot dogs through the crate before you let him out so you become “friends”.
Our Competition's Delivery:
"Bring some hot dogs to the airport and watch the video as soon as you get home. WHAT?!
At Priority 1 Canine we receive hundreds of calls and emails a month from potential families asking us what sets us apart from the rest and why they should choose us. One answer is simply because of our delivery process.
The delivery process is probably the most important part of getting a protection dog. Could you imagine opening that crate door with "Thor" the first time and hoping everything goes well? Neither could we. When we approve a new family and show up for a delivery we leave no stone unturned. We teach everyone in the family who wants to learn how to operate, care for and work your new protection dog. The dog also needs to be trained in your home to learn all of the exit and entry points, cars, property boundaries, and most important, they need to be properly introduced to you and your family!
The following is an outline our protection dog delivery process. This takes about 3-4 days, you can see how educational it can be.
At the end of day one, the protection dog will stay with the family
As you can see there is a lot that goes into the delivery process of your new protection dog. We even get as specific as teaching you and your family members how to open doors properly while greeting strangers and canine placement during those encounters. We have interactive scenarios with you and teach you how to answer certain questions and what your new canine is thinking and looking for during those conversations. We believe that attention to detail is key for a new family's enjoyment of ownership. Training like this truly sets us apart from our competition.