People often mistakenly assume that they have to adopt a puppy in order to form a deep bond with their new dog. This is simply not true.
Adult dogs quickly develop intense devotion to their new families.
Our clients are often amazed at how quickly their new companion becomes an integral and loving part of the family. Our law enforcement clients rather quickly form a bond with their new dogs allowing these officers to depend upon their canine partners in life or death situations. Canine officers normally receive dogs that are 1 1/2 to 2 years and have been with another family.
When you take home one of our magnificent young adult dogs, most puppy issues have been resolved. You receive a dog that is eager to become a constantly vigilant, fearlessly loyal and discerning member of your family. And, unlike puppies, our dogs have been exposed to real life threats that have put their training to the test.
Watch a Protection Training Dog respond in this video:
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“Now having Valko, I feel that we underpaid for this great dog. Within the first week of owning Valko, we concluded that we would not take any amount of money for him...Purchasing a dog from German Shepherd Watchdogs has been a great experience.”
- Dr. Robert P.