Close Quarter Battle K-9 Finishes the Final Wrap of National Geographic's Doomsday Prepper's Show

April 04, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Close Quarter Battle K-9 recently concluded an episode of National Geographic's Doomsday Prepper's Show, showcasing the tactical personal protections dogs for use in survival situations. The dogs are the best Pohranicni Straze Policia bloodlines and are high trained German Shepherds that are used for rappelling, bomb detection, counter-sniper shooting, martial arts and other practical uses. CQB K-9 trains dogs to protect women in danger, felony crime victims, and business owners who need an alarm system, bodyguard, companion and family member in one package. Additional information is available at

Once the Doomsday Prepper's show airs, people will be able to see how effective these highly trained dogs are at providing security in a variety of ways. Featuring the dogs from cqbk9 in action will give viewers a better perspective of the true value of a protection dog. Alex Dunbar is an experienced dog trainer, war dog trainer and former US Marine. Alex works with the finest dogs and spends his time training 7 days a week at his training facility in Southern Colorado. At a time when security has never been more important and ownership of guns more in question, personal protection dogs offer an effective alternative that can be relied on for the ultimate protection from any source, at any time.

For those individuals who are considering whether a personal protection dog is the right choice for their security needs, the Doomsday Prepper's show is an opportunity to have their questions and concerns answered. Alex takes special care in matching the right dog to the owner and provides the type of training that is needed on an individual basis. For more information and to see pictures of some of the dogs in their home environment, visit and watch for the special edition of Doomsday Prepper's.

Company Information: Close Quarter Battle K-9 offers the best trained personal protection dogs available today. Alex works with dogs from the time they are about 8 weeks old until they are 2 years, training them during daylight and night hours so that they can offer the greatest degree of protection around the clock. Each Slovakian German Shepherd is hand selected and then matched to the requirements of each client.