This dog will show you ahigh level of intensity. He’ll show you real aggressionwe really do aim to achievethe world’s best protection dog. Fraser is a serious serious dogthere’s no gamesplayed with Fraser. Literally my arm willbe blue after this100%He turns into anabsolute lunatic. Hello,hello,I know, I know,I know,I know,Boy. My name is Leedor,This is protectiondogs worldwide. I train dogsor families that havehad certain situationsscenarios that need protection. We offer four levels of trainingthree are the most popularand then we have a dog that’scalled a director’s dog,which is only oneevery two yearsvery rare,and it’s a dog that’sbeen brought up by meor one of the head trainersfrom puppy in a house,for two years straightVegas would be an exampleof a director’s dog. I’ve had him from puppyI’ve brought him up. literally he spends allthe time in the housewith me, the kids,and I’ve took him onevery sort of scenarioyou can imagine. Sit. Down. Here. Yes good boygood boy. The cost of the dogvaries completelyon the level oftraining that we do. It can start anywhere from,£20,000 up to £70,000, £80,000Everyone asks mewhen he gets to sell,I couldn’t sell him. I love him to bitsBeen offered £100,000for him Saudi Arabiaat the end of the day isit’s like a child to meso the money is irrelevant. Down. I live here at the kennelswe live here full time 24/7We live with all the dogsme, my familyGot a young daughter,one of the first wordsshe ever said was „Doggy. „so I know when I’ve got a dogwith my daughter that she’s safethen if it isn’tGo on. anybody else’s daughterDoggy. Leedor: Now sit. Vegas,Sit. Sit. And now give him it,Down. Leedor: Down. Okay, good boy. Go on. Not you. The training is intenseway more than it used to be. Start six in the morningand I finish NineO’clock most nightsand that’s seven days a week. All right guys so planof action as usualwe’ll see how that goesand then we’ll do two and ahalf hours of protection so,so some covert stuff,some intense stuff andsee what goes from there. Every morning we wake upwe, the first thingwe do is clean. We always start with a smallwalk, let the dog outlet them have a wee,do whatever it needs to do. So this is mince chicken. Really, really good stuff. Everything’s a raw diet. We then decide who willwork in in obedience. We’ll make a list for obedience,then we’ll make alist for protection. Everything in dog trainingyou have to start with fun,whatever the dog actually wants. Bentley he’s nine months oldCane Corsovery, very happy dogalways excitedalways happy to work. Great energyit’s actually apleasure to work himHe’ll grow a lot moreyeah, he’s still a puppy. I’m excited to seewhat it becomes. I love working the cane corsosthey’re very slow at developing,So the end productis so much more rewarding. The biggest dog we everhad a was a dog called Lex. 78 kilos Cane Corsoabsolutely massive. I’m not kidding. With his head is like that. What a remarkable looking dog. We’re about to gettwo puppies out,I’ll say probably they’reseven and eight months oldtwo Dobermans,we’re working on bitework development. So here’s Arillius,we’re going to show you whatwe’ve been teaching him lately. The end goal isI send him to the pram and he guards the pram. 360 perimeter around it barking,guarding from any threatand he will makes a shriekor anything like thatAny alert and he’ll bite. You’ve got these goofy cute sidebut you’ve just got such anintense side in protectionwhich is a perfect,perfect combinationSo yeah, look, we’re ready to dosome work with FraserFraser is a serious, serious dogThere’s no gamesplayed with Fraserthis dog will show you ahigh level of intensity. He’ll show you real aggression. I don’t need to agitate him,he’s just ready for action. I do it twice butthat’s about itbecause literally my armwill be blue after this. 100%Fraser is not your everyday dog. He’s a very sweet dog. But when it comesto working the dog,he turns into anabsolute lunaticIt’s intense,everyone has to be on theball when you working Fraser. Finish the day byturning the TV’s onthat’s gonna mimicbasically this isthe end of the day,TVs go on, heating goes on,lights go out andthen it’s good nightit imitates a sort offamily environment. Good night guys. What sets us apartfrom other dog trainersis the level of trainingthat we’re willing to go toand the things thatwe’re willing to do. My ambition is tokeep pushing dogsas far as I can push themin to reach the bestability with any dog we get. I love the place with a passion. I love the dogs. I love what we do. We really do aim to achievethe world’s best protection dog.