6 Common Security Dogs in Nigeria

6 Common Security Dogs in Nigeria

From ages past dog have being the traditional hunters most trusted allies, their sensitive sense of smell help them detect a prey. Dogs have also be found to be highly territorial, they alert their owners by barking or attacking should they smell a stranger loitering around.

6 Common Security Dogs in Nigeria

Security breeds of dogs are common in Nigeria, although most of them are foreign breed. In this article we are looking at 6 of the most common security breeds of dogs in Nigeria.

1. Caucasian Shepherd

They are steadfast, solid, and valiant, the Caucasian Shepherd Canine is a furious family defender, and they are normally raised to shield livestock from natural life. They are exceptionally dubious of outsiders and can go forceful to gatecrashers. Their height is scaring with an uproarious bark going with huge jaw strength.

Like most security canines, they are profoundly regional and don’t surrender without from a battle, even against most unnerving of creatures. Caucasian Shepherd Canines are canny, yet their obstinate, free nature can make them hard to prepare. Their normal doubt of outsiders and different creatures can likewise prompt forceful inclinations if an accomplished coach doesn’t hold them in line.

This variety is certifiably not a decent decision for amateur proprietors, and however they are genuinely low-energy canines, the sheer size of Caucasian Shepherd Canines makes them inadequately appropriate for condo living and homes with little kids. All things considered, with legitimate preparing and socialization.

Caucasian Shepherd Canines will compensate experienced, persistent, predictable coaches with delicate love and love that will make them phenomenal long lasting relatives.


2. Tibetan Mastiff

The Tibetan Mastiff are analytic in their behavior, they only understand one word – protect. They can be can aggressive if they notice their owners is being threatened or provoke. With this dog, don’t go provoking it owner, they could take the initiative to attack!

The Tibetan Mastiff’s barks is quite intimidating too, however, In spite of their huge, scaring size, these dogs are enormously soft with regards to their human owners. They hold their watchman nature, however, so outsiders should be careful when approaching.

At sheriff deputies, we advise dog owner to keep a ‘Beware of Dog’ sign at their entrance gate so that outsiders can be cautious when approaching.

3. Cane Carso

The Cane Carso has Italian origin, their body is built for guarding property. Very pleasant and warm around owners but strangers have to deal with a dog from trained for battle. They are the typical ‘No Nonsense Dog’, would not give an intruder chance to step a feet in their territory.

The Cane Carso are restless who absolutely loves having a job to do. Cane Carsos are powerful and athletic, best suited to experienced pet parents who have large, securely fenced yards. They’ll definitely need their humans to give them a task; otherwise, they may find their own ways to reduce boredom — probably with destructive behavior. If you can give your dog plenty of space, exercise, and training, then this may be the breed for you!


4. Boerboel

Barely looking at the Boerboel you may think this huge threatening dog would make an good guard dog, and you be will right to have that thought that way. Nonetheless, this breed is similarly known for being cherishing, quiet, and family-accommodating, particularly towards children.

Boerboels were reared to help ranchers in South Africa shield their estates from hyenas, lions, and all way of dangerous natural life while additionally giving significant friendship.
Despite the fact that Boerboels are for the most part meek, simple to prepare, and have not many medical conditions, don’t wrongly think they are a simple a simple breed to deal with for first time owner.

These dogs are deliberate, territorial, and inclined to pulling and biting. They need a confident, experienced owner with a lot of space for the dog to work out.

5. Doberman pinscher

Generally gentle, loving and intelligent breed. Doesn’t attack unless if threat or danger is perceived. They are super-fast, attacked or charge in a flash. They are super smart. A trained doberman is an officer.

They have characteristic sleek coat, athletic build, and regal appearance. They’re highly energetic and smart dogs who perform well in police and military work, dog racing, and as family guardians and companions.

Remember, you can find just about any breed of dog at local shelters and rescues. If you decide that this is the breed for you, adopt! Don’t shop! Doberman is a big dog, you need a spacious crate to give it a place to rest and relax.


6. Rottweiler

Rottweiler are intelligent and loyal to owners. They must be allowed space to roam and play around because a caged Rottweiler can be dangerous, stubborn and aggressive.

The Rottweiler was originally dogs bred to drive cattle to market. Later they were used to pull carts for butchers. They were among the earliest police dogs and serve with honor in the military.

Most importantly, they are popular family guardians and friends. This not the ideal dog for someone who wants to keep dog for the first time. Unless if owners are willing to give it enough attention, care and training, then they will find a loving, faithful, and intelligent friend in a Rottweiler.

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Dogs are beautiful to behold, they are friendly and protective, and their feeds are easily assessable and can eat the normal food we eat. Some of these dog can be expensive to buy at first, but their values are worth the cost.

Our services also includes K9 (security dogs), we have trained dog handlers who can help manage them at locations where they are requested.

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