Guard Dog Training Puerto Rico
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Guard Dog Training Puerto Rico

  • October 11, 2021

In 2017, he joined the team at Highland Canine Training, LLC and has since worked as a trainer in our Service Dog Programs.Carlos is a graduate of the Metropolitan University of Puerto Rico with a degree in Marketing and Management. .

Puerto Rico Office

Puerto Rico Office

Puerto Rico Office

The first NARA - French Ringsport Trial ever in West Palm Beach, Florida.Training Director of Decoys in NVBK America - Certified.Decoy of the first ever raised and trained NVBK-A Category 3 (Belgian Ringsport dog) in North American history.Decoy of first ever raised and trained French Ring 3 dog out of Puerto Rico.Expert International K9 Handler of Narcotics / Explosives Detection K9's.Master K9 Trainer in all phases of Police Service Dogs. .

Gran Mastin de Borinquen

Gran Mastin de Borinquen

Gran Mastin de Borinquen

Many believe that the Gran Mastin de Borinquen originated during the 16th century and descends from Spanish Mastiffs brought to Puerto Rico by Spain’s military.The breed was used to terrorize Spanish colonists during the Spanish Encomendado.During this dark time in Puerto Rico, hundreds of runaway slaves were attacked and killed by these dogs. .

Becerrillo

Becirrillo's date and place of birth are unknown although historians speculate he may have been whelped in either the kennels of Diego Columbus or those of Juan Ponce de León.A black eyed, medium-sized dog with a red coloured coat, it is recorded that he was in Puerto Rico in 1511 already sporting battle scars.During one specific battle in which the natives launched a surprise attack against the village where the Spanish troops led by Guilarte de Salazar were encamped, Becerrillo alerted the conquistadors by barking until they awoke.The dog was accomplished at finding and instilling fear in the Indians and able to do the work of fifty soldiers; he was fed the same rations as the men and paid a wage.Guilarte de Salazar gave an old Indian woman a folded piece of paper and informed her that it was a letter that was to be carried to the governor- if she refused, she would be fed to the dogs.The frightened woman accepted in the hopes of surviving, but after she turned and began down the road Salazar released Becerrillo and commanded him to take her.His handlers were convinced their opponents considered Becerrillo indestructible so buried him in an unmarked grave in the belief the natives would not learn of his death. .

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