January/February 2009 Vol. 5, Issue 1

  • Canine Legal Update: K-9 Tracking-Trailing Cases – By Terry Fleck
  • Training Perspectives Q & A: Is there a quick test that one can do at a kennel that will eliminate the unsuitable dogs and thus save some time and trouble? / One of our canines – a two year old dual-purpose Malinois continues to urinate during building searches in training and on the street. He does that on and off lead. How do we solve this problem without killing his drive inside the building? / 
  • In My Opinion: A Vital Training Component – The Trained decoy is an often-overlooked but critical part of the team – By Craig Davidson
  • High-Risk Rural K-9 Tracking This first part of a two-part article discusses how sufficient training for all members of a tactical tracking team can increase the margin of safety for the handler and K-9. – By Tracy Bowling
  • K-9 Patrol Orientation: Training doesn’t stop when K-9 school ends – it’s just beginning – By Rodney Spicer
  • Legal Issues: Your Responsibilities as a K-9 Supervisor: High liability for K-9 units can be greatly reduced by proper management. – By Terry Fleck
  • Healthwatch: Through Canine Eyes: Ocular Emergencies – Part two of an article on canine vision discusses various diseases and medical emergencies and how to cope with them.  – By Kevin T. Fitzgerald, DVM, DABVP
  • Obedience: The Foundation of Success – Making obedience training fun and rewarding is the key to reliable performance. – By Steve Sprouse

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