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Security Guarding with Canine (K9)

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When you choose Shergroup Security as your integrated security provider, you are choosing a company with heritage and integrity.

We live in a world where we encounter danger at every step. The uncertainty of events and random acts of violence like a threat of bombings and shootings looms over the public conscience. The constant spread of addictive substances is also a matter of grave concern, especially for U.S. citizens. In 2018, 1.21 million violent crimes and more than 31,000 overdoses occurred in the U.S. (

With so much happening it is important to safeguard the lives of innocent citizens. Whether you have concerns about an individual threatening your safety or of people around you, a coordinated attack on your business or event security needs, canine security is here to give you peace of mind.

What Makes Canine Special?

The security dogs are often a great deterrent for keeping trespassers and squatters away from your property. Their mere presence is enough to make them leave your site without being able to carry any valuables or harming anyone. The security dogs along with their handler make up a great team for guarding public spaces and vacant properties.

Mostly these dogs are deployed in areas where a security guard may be at a risk or if there is a large area to patrol. K9 security dogs are also very useful in situations where a single security guard or a small group of security guards are outmanned. K9 systems are frequently a more cost-effective way to provide an additional deterrent on site.

What are some of the benefits of choosing K9 security for your property?

  • Visual Deterrent to potential intruders
  • Flexible security patrol solutions
  • Cost-effective security solution
  • A professional image of the organisation and client
  • Aid human guards when looking for an intruder

The security dog service has been around for hundreds of years, earlier the security dogs performed traditional security tasks like perimeter patrols and acting as visual deterrents to criminals or trespassers. But the skillset of the trained canine security dogs offers security services that are unmatched by either humans or technology.

While threats to major hubs such as airports, seaports and businesses have evolved over the past decade, security companies are slowly discovering the benefits of using K9 security. whether it is performing the traditional security guarding jobs or fight against terrorism and drug smuggling, canine dogs provide a greater level of security.


Shergroup provides you with canine protection services to keep you and your surroundings safe. K9 security is possibly the best and most reliable form of security with pointy-eared dogs guarding public places, events, void properties, and locations with potential risk hazards.

With the ability to be deployed on almost any site, our drug or explosive detection dogs are chosen and trained for their great abilities in finding all major drug substances or explosive devices.
Shergroup has partnered with the Vapor Wake K9 security specialists who are equipped with a fleet of canine security dog units that can be deployed at a short notice to the most remote locations.

We do a risk assessment of your site first and then identify potential security risks before deploying a dog team. We’d ensure that we implement the most appropriate K9 security measures to protect your premises from unauthorised intrusion.

Call us on 0845 890 9200 or chat on to discuss how we can help you secure your site with the perfect canine breed.

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Last updated | 19 July 2023

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