Leonard was sent to be trained by Storm Dog Tactical, an organization that specializes in training dogs for K9 police units. Now that he’s been fully trained, he’s ready for certification as official police material. Leonard is set to start his new job … Link.
The Top Dog and two Runners-up will be announced at noon and will include great prizes for the winner. Police K-9 Awareness Day is held yearly to allow our local community members to see their police dogs at work and to learn more about the important … Link.
The dog, Leonard, 2, is the first pit bull to be certified for police employment in Ohio, according to Fox 28. Leonard is slated to begin his full-time job on Saturday at the Clay Township Police Department. He will also be the township’s first K-9. Link.
As a pet in the average family, this may not be a desirable trait. But this strong “prey drive” made him a great candidate for training as a police dog. So Alloway called Storm Dog K-9 training. After an initial round of testing, Mike Pennington … Link.
But he isn’t what you’d consider your traditional police dog. Leonard is a pit bull, in fact, the chief says he’s the only pit bull police K-9 in Ohio. He admits, at first, he was a little apprehensive about the breed. “I read up and learned about them and … Link.
Alloway — who had previous experience with police dogs — thought the pit bull could even be a good fit for the force. The director contacted Storm Dog K9 Training for help teaching the canine the skills he would need to be a police dog. This was Storm … Link.
As for Pako, his health has recovered. An award ceremony was held the same day Jones was sentenced, honoring the dog with the K-9 Valor Award by the North American Police Work Dog Association in Eureka, Missouri. Link.
Cocoa police K-9 Copper is a very good boy … Once the pair complete the training Copper will be part of a national registry of therapy dogs used to assist crime victims. The 8-month-old coonhound and the other dogs in the program learned obedience … Link.
Bring your dog on Sunday and join in the fun. Registration begins at noon and the parade starts at 12:30 p.m. This year’s theme revolves around our support for the Mantua Police K-9 Unit and assisting them with their fundraising efforts. Patrolman Kyle … Link.
Police Chief Russell Kleber told the Greenfield Recorder that “Gronk” is set to go through a four-week training program where the K-9 will learn to help track … It remains to be seen if Gronk the dog will crack as many immature jokes as Gronk the … Link.