Summer 2005 Vol. 1, Issue 2

  • Training Perspectives Q & A: My department has a find-and-bark policy. I have a very intense Dutch Shepherd that won’t bark when he locates a suspect. / What are some good ways to teach my dog to go into tight spaces? / How do we determine whether this dog is streetworthy before the first real find comes along?
  • In My Opinion: Successful Muzzle Training – By Rodney Spicer
  • A Valuable Tool in the SWAT Arsenal – By Brad Smith
  • K-9 Agency Spotlight: The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police K-9 Unit – By Jeff Meyer
  • Case Study: A Sniff is just a Sniff Will high-court rulings about using canines to sniff vehicles carry over to building searches? – By Ted Daus
  • Compensation for Canine Care If you are not being paid to care for your canine partner, your agency is not in compliance with federal law. – By Terry Fleck
  • Effective Canine Learning Concepts – By Robert S. Eden
  • Health watch: Handling Police Canine Medical Emergencies Paul S. McNamara, DVM, DACVS

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