New Puppy Survival Guide: What to Do With a New Puppy

Mar 15, 2024

When you first get a new puppy, you will need to take time to introduce them to not only your house but also anyone who lives in it. Crafting a lasting relationship and teaching them how to adapt in a new environment are key ways to make your new canine family member feel more at […]

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Protection Dogs: A New Member of the Family

Jan 22, 2024

When looking for protection dogs for sale, you have much to consider. You should know what to expect, how to care for them properly, and be sure you are provided with hands of transfer training. Consider this your brief guide, covering what you should know about finding a protection dog that fits in with your […]

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How to Stop Aggressive Dog Behavior

Nov 22, 2023

Recognizing aggressive dog behavior is essential for ensuring the safety of both the dog and the people around it. As a dog owner, the first step in stopping aggression before it progresses is to recognize the signs. With the right tools and a personalized training program, you can rest easy knowing your dog is safe. […]

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Personal and Family Protection Dogs – Part 1: Loyal & Ready

May 24, 2022

Welcome to Specialty Dog Training, a Southern California based, family-owned dog training entity and provider of outstanding personal and family protection dogs. We acquire our dogs from some of the best breeders around the world, each is hand-selected for his/her overall health, temperament, and ability. Our dogs are thoroughly screened medically and demonstrate the stability […]

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Trained Protection Dogs: An Investment Worth Considering

Feb 12, 2021

Our goal at Specialty Dog Training is to provide our clients with healthy, balanced, loving, loyal and highly obedient protection dogs that not only provide safety and security, but also companionship in life. They are the true definition of a best friend. SDT has dogs available at three levels of protection dogs: Level 1: Alarm/Deterrent […]

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Leash Reactivity

Aug 3, 2020

Identifying Leash Reactivity In Your Dog And What To Do Next Leash reactivity, leash lunging, leash barking, leash aggression and leash tension are caused by many factors ranging from genetics, early accidental reinforcement, a tight leash, mimicked behavior, or a traumatic event. Mostly commonly, leash reactivity is caused by a dog being or feeling restrained […]

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