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    Amazing video of K-9 training!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbD3qzMcJxA

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    Holly molly!!! I'll take two of them, justas soon asthey aretaught to heel.

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    ocinla wrote:
    Holly molly!!! I'll take two of them, justas soon asthey aretaught to heel.
    Get them some body armor while you're at it, in case some cops come by your place.
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    I liked the part where the handler was twirling the dog trying to get his hand back.
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    Sig229 wrote:
    Amazing video of K-9 training!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbD3qzMcJxA
    Amazing only because none of the dogs appear to release on command. None of these dogs should be on active service, and are lawsuits waiting to happen for the agencies using them.

    Not only must a K-9 release on command, it must break off its attack on command even at the point when the dog is just about to contact the subject.

    Finaly, one dog bit its handler after being pulled off the subject. That is sufficient reason to return it for retraining or retire it.

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    Those appear to be training exercises. Perhaps those dogs are still in training and still learning to release on command in "real life" stress situations.
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    you would think the first thing the dogs would be traind to do, is release on command

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