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Welcome to

Logan Haus Kennels

Home of World Class Working Dogs and Professional Canine Trainers Courses

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Logan Haus Kennels was recently included in a feature about elite Special Operations canines on CBS 60 Minutes. Follow the links below to watch the full segment and 60 Minutes Overtime:

Sniffing For Bombs: Meet America's most elite dogs - 60 Minutes - CBS News

Can this 60 Minutes producer outrun a dog? - 60 Minutes Overtime

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Logan Haus Kennels is located in the beautiful Greenbrier Valley in southeast West Virginia. We specialize in breeding and raising world class working police and sport dogs. Our puppy program prepares the dog for every possible environmental stress he will encounter on the street. 

We start with the highest quality dogs available and only breed dogs that have passed the most rigorous health and temperament testing. It is our belief that in order to produce the best working dogs possible, you must first start with dogs that possess an almost unmanageable amount of drive, power and courage for your breeding program, then raise the puppies with absolute commitment and attention to detail during their first year.

Our foundation brood stock comes from the best KNPV lines imported directly from
Holland. Our puppies begin training at 3 days old with bio-sensor stressing, thermal stressing and different tactile positioning. From about 3 weeks of age, they begin the exposure and imprinting that continues throughout their first year until they enter into their working home.


 

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LOGAN HAUS KENNELS

Mike Suttle 

304.661.5758
LoganHausKennels@gmail.com