Military/police dogs

Military/police dogs

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    Military/police dogs

    just found this on youtube, found it pretty interesting. i personally have seen police/military dogs work like this

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    Pretty cool. these dogs are well trained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccman View Post
    Pretty cool. these dogs are well trained.
    Well trained? He grabbed his handler...

    My nephew is a K-9 handler...his dog is unbelievable...don't 'X' with him...

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    We've got a Malinois on the city PD.
    He has no sense of humor.
    I "barked" at him once while he was in the back of a patrol car.

    I thought he was going to come through the window to kill me.
    That dog hasnt forgotten that either.
    Every time he sees me now I can tell he is ticked off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Well trained? He grabbed his handler...

    My nephew is a K-9 handler...his dog is unbelievable...don't 'X' with him...

    If you can't have a gun...get a dog!
    +1, had to reread what you said.
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    mali's are a bit higher strung than your typical GSD, and are a bad choice for the inexperienced handler... but they do make a terrific dual purpose or patrol dog with a good handler. They hit like a ton of bricks.
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    It is not atypical for a Malinois to be "sharp" with their handlers. My trainer does Shutzhund and French Ring with his and has the scars to prove it. They are wonderful dogs albeit a little too intense to make a good house dog. Good for police/military though.

    My Presa is the perfect combination of behavior and measured intensity. I love having her around the house. The Shar Pei is the early warning system and the Presa does the heavy lifting.


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    Thanks, now I'm going to have nightmares again.






    Thats such a cool looking dog. You must use those elephant shovels that they have at the circus to clean your yard.
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    Try this thread, 100+ pages of pictures of dogs in the army

    Dogs in the Army - Military Photos

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    Even if you have a gun, get a dog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriggerFingr View Post
    Even if you have a gun, get a dog!

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    Oh yeah!!! Looking down the barrel of that fine animal should be a deterrent for sure. Excellent Photo!
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    I dont know about you but to me siafu's presa looks scarier than a gun.lol impresive. Actually i am looking into a few breeders now and am extremly impressed with the breed. Love the head
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    Siafu, she is a beaut. A scary kind of pretty.

    Dogs that are prevalent in dog fighting circles usually don't find their way to police K-9 units.

    I went to the International Police K-9 Conference a ways back and a female handler had a Presa and the dog was crazy intense on decoys and on her. She flicked a switch when she introduced it to bite work and could't control it from then on.

    Melonheads are intense and like Sixto said, not a good choice for the green handler. I worked a Hungarian long haired GSD and I find them (GSD) to be the best dog for patrol work as evidenced by their popularity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin View Post
    Try this thread, 100+ pages of pictures of dogs in the army

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    Some very cool pics there...some of those canines look VERY serious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siafu View Post
    It is not atypical for a Malinois to be "sharp" with their handlers. My trainer does Shutzhund and French Ring with his and has the scars to prove it. They are wonderful dogs albeit a little too intense to make a good house dog. Good for police/military though.
    I have a pair of Mals at home - they're great house dogs. All depends on how they are trained / raised.



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