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Old 04-17-2012, 09:00 PM   #21
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So, just for future reference, that is "fewy" for stop/No. [making note]
Yessir, or if they use german its "Nein!!"
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So, just for future reference, that is "fewy" for stop/No. [making note]

Could you train him to sneeze when you say "gezundheit"? As in "yep, he's 100% German Shepherd; watch this: "gezundheit" cue sneezes".
If i could make him sneeze on cue, that would be awesome.. :-)
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Outside of knowing the commands hot dogs and burgers are wonderful distractions for guard dogs

When i was a deputy I heard dozens of excuses why my K9 alerted on their vehicle. One of my favorites was " the dog alerted because my wife/girlfriend is on her period".
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When i was a deputy I heard dozens of excuses why my K9 alerted on their vehicle. One of my favorites was " the dog alerted because my wife/girlfriend is on her period".
Something tells me that guy had a BAD day.
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Something tells me that guy had a BAD day.
The odor from drugs will stay inside a vehicle quite a while even after the drugs have been taken out. Ive found alot of drugs inside vehicles and sometimes they had already been taken out but the odor was still present. Its always a good morale boost for you and the K9 whenever you get a good bust :-)
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Don' t those dogs know their commands in four langages?
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Don' t those dogs know their commands in four langages?
I was never told if they could, i was just told which one to use. When i worked at the prison the first time,we had 2 dogs on the SRT,one shepard and one belgian. The shepard used czech commands and the belgian used german.
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I was never told if they could, i was just told which one to use. When i worked at the prison the first time,we had 2 dogs on the SRT,one shepard and one belgian. The shepard used czech commands and the belgian used german.
Those are either confused dogs or NAZI moles
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