When looking into protection dogs for sale, you may ask yourself is buying a protection dog worth it? Well if an intruder breaks into your home, and the protection dog protects you and your family then the answer is yes, they are worth every penny!
When looking at protection dogs for sale, you will want to do your research. A good protection dog is worth its weight in gold Protection dogs for sale can cost anywhere from £4000 for a puppy or up to £70,000 for a fully trained protection dog. This does, of course, all depend on the training and type of protection dog you choose.
When looking at protection dogs for sale, there are a few breeds that come highly recommended … The German shepherd, the rottweiler, Giant schnauzer, and the Doberman just to name a few. Each family is different and has different needs, so finding the right trainer is imperative.
Do your research when looking at protection dogs for sale, try and go for somebody that comes recommended, maybe someone that a friend or family member has used before. It is a case of you get what you pay for, do not risk buying a cheaper protection dog, it may not be as well trained as it should be. You would like to know that training has not been skimped, so if you can afford the best we would suggest you pay the extra, in the grand scheme of things we believe the extra will be worth it.
When looking for protection dogs for sale, you should choose a dog that has a good stable temperament, a natural loyalty to their family, a confidence to protect and the willingness to learn and be aggressive enough to propose a threat to someone if needed.
In the current crisis that we find ourselves in there have been a lot of changes to Employment law.
Employment law has had to change with the issue of furloughing staff due to the coronavirus pandemic. The government have made sure that the Furlough scheme is open to all UK employers that have had PAYE in place since 28th February 2020.
Any UK company with staff can apply for the scheme. The employment law states that employers can receive a grant to cover 80 % of their employee’s wage. This has a cap of £2500 and does not include overtime or bonuses. Employers should discuss this option with their staff if both parties agree they can be put on Furlough. An employer can top up the 80% to 100% (employment law states they can do this but do not have too). Once an employee has been furloughed, they must not take on any work for the organisation.
Employment law states that Furlough leave does unfortunately not protect an employee from redundancy, and it does seem you can be made redundant either during or after the furlough process if that is what is required by the company. The employment law states that the usual redundancy process should be followed.
The government are continuing to issue further guidance as time goes on, they are expecting the furlough scheme to be available by the end of April.
Any changes to an employee’s contract will need to be kept within the employment law guidelines, employers may be wise to seek legal advice to make sure the correct legal process is followed.
Employment law is constantly changing as this coronavirus pandemic is changing too. In these unprecedented times keeping up to date with everything is imperative to keep on the ball of developing situations.
Firstly, it’s a significant milestone for an addict to identify that they need to seek help for their addictive behaviour. Once you or a loved one has done this, the next step is then to find the most effective treatment for you. Without a doubt, this can be a time of both uncertainty and anxiety but it is essential for recovery.
We advise a residential rehabilitation based treatment if you are able to take this route. This is one of the most effective options for recovery treatment in our opinion. Residential rehab is available for the wide variety of addictions that exist within society, from drug and alcohol addictions to behavioural addictions.
Benefits of residential rehab
Some benefits of residential rehabilitation include:
Within residential rehab facilities, there is the availability of 24 hours, on-site care.
Removal of temptations
Opting for residential care means that you are removed from environments which could potentially remove the temptation of your usual routine.
Allows you to have time away to recover
Attending residential rehab means that you will have time away from ‘normality’. This time will allow you to recover as well as giving you your own space for a while.
Provides a positive environment and surroundings
Everyone within a residential rehab environment is there for the same reasons as you and therefore all understand how you feel and know exactly what you are going through! Due to this, everyone from the staff to the patients is there to help you and provide a positive attitude.
Allows for specialist treatment programmes
Residential rehabilitation allows the specialist to create a plan around you, your needs and your goals, 24 hours a day which is a lot more effective as they can keep a close eye on your behaviour and your withdrawal symptoms.