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  • mike booth
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    Thanks, I was wondering why I couldn't find anything on how dogs were regulated.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Originally posted by davis002
    Are you looking to do this work on your own, or with an already established company?
    If you mean "in-house," then its permissible. If someone attempts to "rent out" or otherwise "provide security services," even guard dog services, they must be licensed in the State of Florida (Class B), and the handlers must be licensed with a Class D license as humans providing security services. The dogs themselves are not regulated in Florida.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    The company providing security services must hold a Class B license.

    The handler must have a Class D license to provide security or guard services.

    There are no requirements nor regulation of guard dog services in Florida, other than a company providing security services must be licensed.

    Florida Statutes provides that any dangerous animal being transported in a motor vehicle must have the words: DANGER BAD DOG in no less than two inch print on the vehicle transporting. (This is why police K9 units will put DANGER BAD DOG on their trucks/cars, in case the animal is an aggressive protection K9)

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  • davis002
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    Are you looking to do this work on your own, or with an already established company?

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  • mike booth
    started a topic Canine Security in Florida

    Canine Security in Florida

    What certification, licensing, other is required to work with a dog in Florida?

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