PK9 Issue 59
  • K-9 Bite Work: The Psychology of Bite Work: Understanding the Instinctual Canine Behavior – By James Allen Parker
  • K-9 Featured Spotlight: Dogs and Bots 3.0: The Avatar III and K-9 Deployments – By Brad Smith and Roscoe Presley
  • E-Collar: Training With E-Collars: Generalizing Commands, Developing Dependability – By George Hickox
  • K-9 Healthwatch: Heartwork Disease: What’s New, What’s the Same – By Dr. Alexis Newman
  • K-9 Tracking: Tiered Tracking Training: Beginning Contamination – By Jeff Schettler
  • K-9 Healthcare: Poisonous Hazards: Protect Your Canine from Toxins at Home
  • Handler Healthcare: How to Overcome Food Triggers – By Michele L. Neil-Sherwood
  • Police K-9 of the Month: Officer Daniel Casson and K-9 Jax – Oxnard, CA Police K-9 Unit

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PK9 Issue 58
  • K-9 Bite Work: You Never Know What the Street Will Deal You! – By James Allen Parker
  • K-9 Legal: Examining Lowry v San Diego: Laws Governing the Deployment of Canines as a Use of Force – By John M. Peters, Attorney at Law
  • K-9 Healthcare: Hyperthermia: Protect Your Canine from Heatstroke – By Ann Yowell, DVM
  • K-9 Tracking: Cutting a Track: Understanding Handlers and K-9 Difficulties – By Jeff Schettler
  • Police K-9 Conference: See YOU in Las Vegas!
  • K-9 Advice & Opinion: Trust Your Dog: A K-9 Tactical Debrief – By Raja Karim and Brad Smith
  • K-9 Healthcare: Warm Weather Tips from Purina: Keeping your K-9 Safe With Proper Hydration
  • Handler Healthcare: The Truth About Carbohydrates and Exercise – By Mark Sherwood
  • Police K-9 of the Month: K-9 Etan – Belgian Federal Police

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January - April 2016 Issue 57
  • K-9 SWAT Tactics: A Practical Approach – By Romeo Ingreso and Ernest Wolosewicz
  • K-9 Deployment: Real Life Deployments: Preparing Your K-9 Team for Combat Encounters – By Scott Clark
  • K-9 Legal: Taking Over: Knock, Knock. Who’s There? The D.O. J. – By John M. Peters, Attorney at Law
  • K-9 Healthwatch: Reading Your K-9: How to Know if it’s Time to Seek Medical Care – By Dr. Alexis Newman
  • K-9 Tracking: Environmental Exposure Work: Training K-9 Candidates for Tracking/Trailing – By Jeff Schettler
  • K-9 Advice/Opinion: The Tactical Search: A Discussion – By Doug Roller
  • K-9 Healthcare: Getting in Shape: Regular Fitness and Proper Nutrition Help Keep the Working K-9 in Condition – Used with permission from Nestle Purina PetCare
  • Handler Healthcare: The Most Insane Workout Ever – Guaranteed Results – By Mark Sherwood
  • Police K-9 of the Month: K-9 Viking (Officer Aaron Steere) Warwick, RI Police Department – Photo by Bethany Steere Photography
  • Cover Photo: Officer Sean James and PSD Trax – Photo by Elise Booth

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  • K-9 SWAT Operations: Police Service Dog Selection, Training & Deployment Methods – By Romeo Ingreso and Ernest Wolosewicz
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    The Language of Modern Dog Training: Effective, Politically Correct and Humane – By Michael Bellon
  • The Game Changer: Training Leg Engagements for Realistic Applications – By Scott Clark
  • Meet the Breed: The Beagle
  • Healthwatch: R-E-S-C-U-E Checklist: Helps Assess Changes in Your K-9 – By Dr. Alexis Newman
  • Beagle Brigade: U.S. Airports First Line of Defense
  • K-9 Training Swiss Style: Manhunting with the Swiss Police – By Jeff Schettler
  • E-Collar and the Hard Canine: Outing and the RecallBy Doug Roller 
  • K-9 Healthcare: Feeding Regimens for Working Dogs: Better Understand When & What to Feed Your Dog – By Dr. Jill Cline
  • Handler Healthcare: What You Ought to Know About Nutritional Supplements – By Mark Sherwood
  • Police K-9 of the Month: Officer Joe Lutkowski and K-9 Flip / Pocono Mountain Regional, PA PD

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  • Real World Deployments: Tactically Preparing the K-9 Team for Suspect Engagement – By Scott Clark
  • Legal: Explosive Ordinance Detection: EOD Canines Under the 4th Amendment – By John M. Peters, Attorney at Law
  • The Game Changer: Training Leg Engagements for Realistic Applications – By Scott Clark
  • Meet the Breed: The Rottweiler
  • Healthwatch: Retiring Your Working Dog: When is it Medically Time to Retire My Partner? – By Dr. Alexis Newman
  • Chasing Ghost Trails: K-9 Closes on a Subject Only to Get Lost at End – By Jeff Schettler
  • E-Collar and the Hard Canine: Outing and the RecallBy Doug Roller 
  • Reality of Guard-and-Bark: Part 2: Will the K-9 Still Respond to the Bite Command? – By Bill Lewis
  • K-9 Healthcare: Essentials for Canine Athletes: Is Your Dog in Need of a Conditioning Program? – By Dr. Rick Kesler and Dr. Jill Cline
  • Handler Healthcare: 5 Tips to Become a Healthier, More Energetic You – By Mark Sherwood
  • K-9 Medical: It Happened Here… Caring for K-9s During Chicago Manhunt – By Dr. Alexis Newman
  • Police K-9 of the Month: PSO Stacy J. Huffman and K-9 Shrek / Morganton, NC Dept of Public Safety

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  • K-9 SWAT Programs: The Reasons Why Agencies Should Develop Programs  – By Romeo Ingreso and Ernest Wolosewicz
  • Legal: What is Your Certification Worth? – By John M. Peters, Attorney at Law
  • Meet the Breed: The Doberman Pinscher
  • Protecting Our Children: A Sensible Approach to School Security – By Mike Ritland, Reprinted from sofrep.com
  • The ABCs of Scent Detection: Canines Give Schools Reasonable Suspicion Needed to Conduct Administrative Searches – By Mark Mathis
  • School Searches: A Study Measuring Cost Effectiveness of K-9 Units – By Luis Smith
  • Healthwatch: Canine Influenza Virus: The Canine Flu…What’s it All About? – By Dr. Alexis Newman
  • Imprinting Puppies: The Future of K-9 Training? Part 2 – By Jeff Schettler
  • Reality of Guard-and-Bark: Part 1: Take a Closer Look Before Switching Your Method of Training or Deployment – By Bill Lewis
  • K-9 Commands: K-9 Commands Translated in Several Languages
  • Handler Healthcare: Understanding How the Things You Eat Impact Your Overall Health – By Mark Sherwood
  • Police K-9 of the Month: K-9 Officer Chris Bruce and K-9 Bongo / San Ramon, CA PD / Photo by Abe Medina

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  • Laser Directed Canines: Understanding the Principles of Laser Direction Training – By Jeff Franklin
  • Legal: Canines and Traffic Stops: Rodriguez Decision Puts Limits on K-9 Handlers’ Options – By John M. Peters, Attorney at Law
  • Meet the Breed: The Dutch Shepherd
  • Healthwatch: Put WHAT on my K-9? Flea and Tick Prevention Part 2: The Tick By Dr. Alexis Newman
  • Building Searches: Part 4 When Should You Use a Dog? – By Mark Mathis
  • Taking it to the Streets: Is Your K-9 Ready to Handler the Pressure of the Fight? – By Mike Suttle
  • Hunting Monsters: Clarendon County Sheriff’s Tactical Tracker Team & the Story of the Swamp Fox – By Jeff Schettler
  • K-9 Healthcare: Is it Summer Break or Boot Camp for Your K-9? – Dr. Jill Cline
  • Handler Healthcare: 8 Foundational Habits That Lead to Health – By Mark Sherwood
  • Police K-9 of the Month: Deputy Sheriff Anthony Coniglio and K-9 Argo / Contra Costa County, CA SD

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  • Tactical Canine Deployment: Preparing Your Team for Successful Outcomes – By Scott Allen
  • Legal: Is Your Roadside Search Legal? The Fourth Amendment and Search & Seizure– By John M. Peters, Attorney at Law
  • Meet the Breed: The English Springer Spaniel
  • Mentally Conditioning Your K-9: Proper Training Increases Your K-9’s Chance for Success – By James Allen Parker
  • Healthwatch: K-9 First Aid – What’s in Your Medical Kit? – By Dr. Alexis Newman
  • Building Searches: Part 3 Locating the Suspect and Secondary Searches – By Mark Mathis
  • Training for Attic Deployments: Exact High Risk Tactical Situation Training is Crucial for all K-9s – By Brad Smith
  • Transitional Bitework: Taking Bitework from the Training Field to the Street – By Scott Clark
  • Imprinting Puppies: The Future of K-9 Training? – By Jeff Schettler
  • K-9 Nutrition: Royal Canin Delivers Precise Nutritional Solutions
  • Handler Healthcare: Beginning a Workout Routine Part 2 – By Eric Serrano, MD
  • Handler Healthcare: The 14-Day Meal Plan: How to Effectively Give Up Old Eating Habits – By Mark Sherwood
  • Police K-9 of the Month: Officer Shawn Craven and K-9 Huub / Paducah, KY PD

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  • Specialized Units Come Together: Merging SWAT and K-9 for Wooded Terrain Operations – By Chris Wagner
  • Legal: What Your Records Tell Me: Presentation of Records Can Reflect on Job Credibility and Performance – By John M. Peters, Attorney at Law
  • Meet the Breed: The Labrador Retriever
  • Realistic Aggression Training: Set a Basic Foundation to Serve the Dog by Keeping Clear and Simplistic Phases – By Sergeant Jerry Molet
  • Healthwatch: Holiday Hazards in the Home and Field – By Rachel Stawski, DVM, KaLee Pasek, DVM, and Jo-Anne Brenner
  • Building Searches: Part 2 Room Entries and Clearing Areas Safely – By Mark Mathis
  • K-9 Learning & Clear Communication: Using the Marker in Obedience & Patrol Work – By Cameron Ford
  • Scent Detection: Imprinting Dogs in Hunt Drive – By Dan Reiter
  • Tracking Through Distractions: Dogs Following Distractions are not an Option During a High Risk Fugitive Manhunt – By Jeff Schettler
  • Handler Healthcare: Beginning a Workout Routine – By Dr. Eric Serrano
  • Police K-9 of the Month: Corporal Clay Huffman, Corporal Dennis Garcia with his K-9 Toro and Sergeant Russell Shafer – James Lout Photography

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  • Tactical Dogs: Lessons Learned from a Dog Guy – By Brett Titus
  • Urban Tracking/Trailing: Don’t Wait for Miracles– By Jeff Schettler
  • Meet the Breed: German Shepherd
  • Training Perspective Q&A: Lazaro Cabrera, Jeff Schettler, Doug Roller, Scott Clark, Steve Sprouse
  • E-Collars for Teaching & Controlling K-9s – By Jerry Thoms
  • K-9 Healthcare: Put WHAT on my K-9? Flea and Tick Prevention Part 1 – By Alexis Newman
  • Enhance Your Detection Training: Effective and Clear Communication – Part 2 of 3 – By Cameron Ford
  • Scent Detection: Using the K-9 Behavior Shaping Device – Part 2 – By Dan Reiter
  • Building Searches: Part 1 Set Up & Announcements – By Mark Mathis
  • K-9 Healthcare: We Work Out! – By Dr. Rick Kesler
  • Police K-9 of the Month: Officer Lofton Rowley and K-9 Fox / Paducah, KY PD – Photo by Sgt. Steve Smith

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