January/February 2017 – Issue 60

PK9 Issue 60
  • K-9 Bite Work: Leveraging Natural Drives to Build Extraordinary Patrol Canines – By George Daniolos
  • K-9 Scent Detection: How to Get the Most Out of the K-9 Behavioral Shaping Device (B.S.D.) Part 1 of 4 – By Jason Ferren & Jason Johnson
  • K-9 Training: Extreme Drives and the Young K-9 Mind – By John Te Lindert & Jeanette Mud
  • Building & Area Search: Proofing Building and Area Searches – Part 1 of 2: Alert and Suspect Encounters – By Jerry Bradshaw
  • K-9 Featured Spotlight – Detroit TSA Canine – Model of Efficiency & Setting the Standards – By Jason Johnson
  • K-9 Healthcare: Play It Safe: Choosing & Using Reward Toys – By Jo-Anne Brenner
  • K-9 Tracking/Trailing: Enhancing All Things Olfactory – By Jeff Schettler
  • Collecting K-9 Patches & Challenge Coins – Parts of this Article Reprinted from a Kelly AFB Dining Out Presentation
  • K-9 Advice: Selecting a K-9 Handler: The Preferred Method – By Mark Mathis
  • K-9 Training: Back to the Basics: “Keep it Simple” Obedience – By Denny Kunkel
  • Police K-9s of the Month: Concord VA – Officer K. Halm & K-9 Yogi, Vancouver – Officer Viles & K-9 Enzo, NSW K-9 Unit

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