Summer 2007 Vol. 3, Issue 3

  • Training Perspectives Q & A: Bite training – my dog has found (and bitten) several passive suspects / What is a good section test for a young dog? / Can you adjust your dog’s threshold for indicating?
  • In my opinion: Thinking Outside the Box: Go beyond the easy and obvious in your canine training – By Sean Clarke
  • Maximizing Cadaver Dog Training: By Thomas Baumann
  • K-9 Agency Spotlight: The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Canine Unit –  By Brian M. Healy
  • Canine Legal Update: Narcotics Dog Cases – By Terry Fleck
  • Post-Blast Explosives Detection: Real-world scenarios teach bomb dogs to sniff out secondary explosive devices. – By Mike Herstik
  • Equipment: Lighting Up: The case for  using handgun-mounted lights – and which ones work best. – By Terry Fleck
  • Healthwatch: Choosing the Right Partner: How to select the healthiest dog for law-enforcement work. – By Kevin T. Fitzgerald, DVM, DABVP
  • An Exercise in Obedience: Keeping your canine in the patrol car when you exit it requires rigorous training and reinforcement. – By Rodney Spicer
  • Canine Legal Update: Tracking and Explosives Cases – By Terry Fleck
  • Legal Issues: “Dead Scent” and Other Misnomers: Your choice of words is critical to the avoidance of common traps set by defense attorneys. – By Ted Daus

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