Personal Protection Dogs
Above everything else, first and foremost, all of our team are big dog lovers, and extremely passionate about what we do.
We really want to help people improve their lifestyle with a perfectly trained pet or working dog. As the saying goes “a well trained dog is a pleasure to own”.
But a dog that is not trained in the correct way can be a nightmare, causing stress, and even affecting people's relationships.
Rest assured we are here to help
Our operations are run by:
Robert Cammish MBIPDT
Robert Cammish Individual NASDU Member
A passionate professional dog trainer. I oversee all the team at TOTAL K9.
Making sure that everything is running like clockwork.
I am a member of the following professional dog training organisations:
- British Institution of Professional Dog Trainers ( BIPDT )
- National Association of Security Dog Users ( NASDU )
I have many years working dogs in real life situations as a operational dog handler, and professional dog trainer, training and supplying, Pet, Police, Prison & Security dogs.
I have also trained and helped general purpose security dog handlers working within the Security Industry Authority SIA, work towards and obtain there level 2 qualifications through NASDU & Highfield College as a trainer.
I also hold this qualification myself along with a level 3 award achieved at West Nottinghamshire College, The K9 Centre For Excellence. I have also competed successfully in working dog trails.
As a father I understand the importance of choosing the right dog for any family environment.
I have trained dogs for Celebrities, Professional Footballers, and worked on numerous assignments including; TV Show “Release The Hounds” for ITV 2 & Fox TV USA -
“RELEASE THE HOUNDS” TV SHOW -
London Fashion Week 2013 -
I also ran all security operations at the London Fashion Week at the Hilton Hotel Paddington for the Princes Trust.
Dogs are a way of life … and that is how I live mine.
Growing up with dogs and a menagerie of other animals they always have and will be; a big part of who I am. Studying animal management at college I then went on to do various voluntary roles for the charities RSPCA and The Blue Cross.
This is where my passion for rehabilitation really began. My family have always opted for the 'Rescue Dog' and I have seen first hand the pros and cons. This is why I strive to help those who have either chosen a rescue dog or own a dog which may become one if not helped.
As a dog trainer I have helped many people in such situations, some cases in which the dog was on their 'last chance'.
I take great care and pride in all aspects of my work. Whether it be walking a dog, training or simply cleaning out the kennels!
I love my job, rain or shine. Currently completing a diploma in animal psychology I believe I learn something new everyday when working with our beautiful canine friends.
I take care of the paperwork, diaries, stock levels, health and well being of the dogs. If somebody needs to know where something is; they come to me! (but don't tell Rob that...!)
We look forward to hearing from you
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