Security Dogs in Shorn
Security Dogs in Shorn K9 dog units (or Canine dog units) are specialist dog & handler teams trained to the highest standards for the security industry in Shorn. Using Security Dogs in Shorn for security is one of the most effective ways to prevent, detect and protect your business premises.
All of our K9 dog & handler units are registered individually with the National Association of Security Dog Users (NASDU). All units operate in accordance with the Home Office Code of Practice and The Guard Dog Act 1975.
K9 Dog & handler units provide a highly skilled addition to the security of high risk and vulnerable sites Shorn. They can provide greater flexibility than two uniformed security officers and they have an acute ability to detect intruders. Properly trained canine dog units are a proven, effective deterrent.
Sheep shearing is the process by which the woollen fleece of a sheep is cut off. The person who removes the sheep’s wool is called a shearer. Typically each adult sheep is shorn considering each year (a sheep may be said to have been “shorn” or “sheared”, depending on dialect). The annual shearing most often occurs in a shearing shed, a skill especially designed to process often hundreds and sometimes beyond 3,000 sheep per day.
Sheep are shorn in all seasons, depending upon the climate, management requirements and the availability of a woolclasser and shearers. Ewes are normally shorn prior to lambing in the warmer months, but consideration is typically made as to the welfare of the lambs by not shearing during cold climate winters. However, in tall country regions, pre lamb shearing encourages ewes to take aim shelter accompanied by the hillsides correspondingly that newborn lambs aren’t extremely exposed to the elements. Shorn sheep understand frosts well, but teenager sheep especially will vacillate in cold, wet windy weather (even in cold climate summers). In this issue they are shedded for several nights until the weather clears. Some sheep may as a consequence be shorn afterward stud combs commonly known as cover combs which leave more wool upon the animal in colder months, giving greater protection.
A little history of K9 dog units and their use in modern policing
There are over 2500 police dogs employed amongst the various police forces in the UK, with the Alsatian as the most popular breed for general purpose work. The Belgian Malinois is also gaining in popularity; in 2008, a Belgian Malinois female handled by PC Graham Clarke won the National Police Dog Trials with the highest score ever recorded. Source: WikiPedia.
Serjeant Security are ready to serve your business
If your business could benefit from the use of K9 dog units, you can rest assured that Serjeant Security have the right solution for your needs. We’ll be able to advise on all aspects of canine security and have units ready for despatch.