Fall 2006 Vol. 2, Issue 4

  • Training Perspectives Q&A: How do I get my dog to alert and stay with someone who is passive? / What is a reliable technique to make sure my dog will pass over untainted currency? / My problem is that on traffic stops, my dog will bite on door handles and then work himself into an alert.
  • In my opinion: The Importance of K-9 Public Relations – By Alan Kalfus
  • K-9 Agency Spotlight: Training Detector Dogs in Brazil – By Eduardo Jany
  • Jail Dogs: Training Law-Enforcement Canines for Detection Detail Detention and courthouse work require situation-specific canine training using real-world scenarios. – K.G. O’Connor
  • Canine Legal Update: Contraband Detection Cases – By Terry Fleck
  • Mobile Options: Take traditional high-risk traffic stops to the next level – By Thomas Kang
  • Healthwatch: Keys to K-9 Health – By Paul McNamara, DVM, DACVS, and Melissa Tabolt, LVT
  • Training for Urban Tracking Increase your tracking success rate within the challenging conditions presented by urban environments. – By Frank R. Campbell

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