Unit 3 Pedigree Farm Barns
Man's best friend can also be man's best defence. At Watchdogs Ltd, our highly trained security dogs protect property, premises and people. Our dogs' formidable speed and sharp senses of sight, sound and smell mean that just one dog and handler perform the work of three conventional security guards. Whether you want to feel safe in the knowledge your business premises are secure or need peace of mind at a high-profile event, Watchdogs Ltd is here to assist you.
Your confidence in us is of paramount importance. Our security dogs are trained to the high standards of obedience, agility and protection required by the BIPDT (British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers Security Division) and the NASDU (National Association of Security Dog Users). You can trust us because our dogs and handlers are qualified, fully insured, experienced and have security clearance. Furthermore, all of our dogs and handlers are assessed on a regular basis, so you can be sure that we always meet the highest of standards.
These days, many businesses take care of security with alarm systems and CCTV which, although deterrents, are not always enough to stop crime. Patrol dogs are a cost-effective, more effective solution. By using our 24-hour service of static and mobile patrols, you can feel secure day and night. Our security dogs are the perfect protection in a wide-range of situations, from keeping business premises safe and sound to personal and property protection at within the corporate, Blue Chip and Governmental sectors.
Discreet and professional, our security dogs are guaranteed to give you peace of mind. From alarm response and key holding to mobile patrols and drug detection, we act as your establishment's eyes and ears and offer a bespoke service backed up by vast experience. Feel safe straight away: contact us today and we'll provide you with a free quotation for your security needs.
I have used Watchdogs on a number of occasions for alarms and found them really good, total peace of mind, well done
Mr Philip Hingle - 17/10/2011 | report this review
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