Spring 2007 Vol. 3, Issue 2

  • Training Perspectives Q & A: Cross-trained dog is distracted. / My dual-purpose dog only bites with the front part of his mouth and hardly ever re-bites. / Problems training new handlers in proper voice tones / variations. 
  • K-9 Agency Spotlight: The Oakland County (MI) Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit –  By Sgt. Joseph Lambourn
  • Using the Agitation Muzzle – By Steve Sprouse
  • Canine Legal Update: Issues of Deployment and Excessive Force – By Terry Fleck
  • Keep the Training Bar High: Raising the bar on your K-9 training regimen can sharpen your dog’s level of street-worthiness. – By Ron Gunton
  • Deployment: K-9 Nero Hangs on: A canine deployment distracts a dangerous fugitive. – By Eric Bond
  • Healthwatch: First Aid for Drug Detecting Canines: Any canine narcotics exposure can mean overexposure, so your knowledge and awareness are critical. – By Paul McNamara, DVM, DACVS
  • Case Study: Fourth Amendment Liability for Accidental Bites – By Terry Fleck

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