Sep/Oct 2011 Vol. 7, Issue 5

  • Training Perspectives Q & A: Is a dog able to smell trained odor if he is busy barking during a search? / What do your experts think about having a patrol dog wear a pinch collar on the street? / Is there any truth to the belief that female dogs are not as easily distracted as male dogs?
  • K-9 Opinion: Professionalism: A K-9 Handler’s Responsibility – By Wm. Michael Magill
  • K-9 Announcements: Dos & Don’ts: Elements of an annoucement – when and where it should be given, how the dog should behave, and relevant case law – By Jerry Hunter
  • E-Collars: Ensuring Excellent Results – By Robin MacFarlane
  • Detector – The Need for a Pre-Flight Check – By Rob Lukason
  • The False Alert: Reasons and Remediations – By Mike Herstik
  • Click Your Way to Quick Success: Put aside preconceptions and consider a different approaching to detection training – By Michael Colton
  • Currency Sniffs – By Gary Nellis
  • Legal: Ted’s (and Your) Excellent Adventure – By Ted Daus
  • K-9 Legal Update: K-9 Patrol Cases – By Terry Fleck
  • Injured Suspect Issues: Best Practices, Common Sense – A veteran tactical officer advises on how to photograph dog bites and offers a plan for getting medical attention more quickly. – By Brad Smith
  • K-9 Agency Spotlight: The New Mexico Department of Public Safety’s Criminal Enforcement Unit/K-9 – By Rudy Mora
  • Healthwatch: Human Health Risks and Working Dogs: A number of diseases can be passed between working dogs and their handlers. There are ways to greatly reduce the risk. – By Kevin T. Fitzgerald, Ph.D, DVM, DABVP

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