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Of Quarries and Police Dogs

Published on April 12, 2010 By Sandra

This past weekend the Dog Squad put on an orientation class for a group of potential quarries on what it takes to decoy for police dogs.  With the help of a few experts the day was second to none and it was obvious everyone involved benefited to some degree.  The funniest part of the day was watching as the new decoys […]

Goal Oriented Suspects

Published on August 29, 2009 By Sandra

I read an excellent PoliceOne.com article titled “The tale of two videos: A unique training opportunity” written by Officer David Smith, where he discusses two videos that have been making the rounds in the United States.  In both videos, police officers face off with resistant subjects and the officers resort to using force to try […]

Police Dog Training Seminar

Published on May 11, 2009 By Sandra

Now that I’m back at home, I can share with you where I’ve been for the past week. Once each spring, the Canadian Police Canine Association (CPCA) holds a police dog training seminar hosted by a different Canadian city.  This year our nation’s capitol hosted and forty police and military dog handlers descended on Ottawa, Ontario. […]