Trained Security Dogs
DMS dogs, conversely, are usually associated with our security work, but they have played a pivotal role in the history of our security works and services that we rendered. During the process of our services DMS dogs were used to break the first line of enemy armies, and were feared for their ferociousness. In more recent times, dogs were trained as sentry guards, protecting securities from attack. And as silent scouts, dogs would warn the security to the presence of enemies, diminishing the chances of an ambush.
DMS dogs are socialized, loyal, and unerringly obedient. They will not attack unless their owners are facing a threat or have commanded an attack. Some breeds are better than others when it comes to this type of training, since it requires strength, calmness, loyalty, a love of humans, and a highly developed intelligence.
DMS dogs are trained to bite on command, as well as stop biting on command. Unfortunately, some dogs are not properly trained and are instead used to fight other dogs, or to inflict fear and brutality on others. Of course, this creates a dog that is capable of attacking unsuspecting people or animals without warning or cause.
Check out some of their superhuman abilities;
DMS security dogs are acute with great
peripheral vision. Dogs anticipate their owners coming home
minutes before they actually arrive.
their nose is probably the best around.
Imagine you cook a meal and seasoning it with a variety of
things. As humans, we can make out the great smell of the meal,
the aroma, but dogs can smell the individual ingredients. They
can smell things from far away and can distinguish so minute
things that they are used to sniff out drugs and explosives.
Dogs have saved the lives of families when fire broke out.
DMS security dogs can detect the different
types of engines even if it is from the same model of
automobile. That is how unique their hearing is.
DMS security dog helps you to secure your
property from trespassers, vandals and burglars. Alarm systems
are good, but you canít afford to solely rely on them when it
comes to your security. The problem with an alarm is that it
only indicates an intrusion or a violation; it doesnít do
anything about it.
But DMS security dog both raises an alarm
and tries to solve the problem at the same time. Security dogs
are trained to sense disruption or an intrusion from a distance.
While your alarm doesnít ring until maybe your front door or
window is unlocked, a security dog senses an intruder from afar,
raises alarm and even tries to corner or immobilize the intruder
until more help comes along.
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