Top Ten Famous Police Dog BreedsThere are many kinds of things a police dog can do like public-order enforcement, illicit-substance
detection, tracking, and cadaver or survivor searching. Some police
forces use only one breed of dog for every one of these tasks rather
than using, for example, one breed for tracking and another for
illegal-substance detection. In some cases, a single dog may be trained
and utilized in a number of these tasks.
Here is the list on the most famous police dog breeds. Feel free to add more "Police Dog" breeds and vote on ones who reckon is the best.
The Top Ten
I always wanted to but a german shepherd - zxmV 1 Comment
The Belgian Malinois is one of the top dogs when it comes to substance detection, specializing in narcotics. the Belgian Malinois can be trained easily. Not only are they kind, but they are a hard working breed with a strong nose for detection.
When I was at the aiport I saw one of these looking very pleased with himself. - Enderninja327
These dogs are popularly called service dogs.Their role is society at present is diverse. Due to its enthusiasm,kind and sensitive nature and intelligence, these dogs have been working with the police and army for ages.
They are used in the army for their incredible noses, track wounded game, detecting tiny traces of explosive material. In battle, are responsible for saving the lives of soldiers and civilians alike.Labradors and Spaniels together play an important role in the west to detect scents of drugs. - jerk4life
Boxers are strong and intelligent. They've been used as service dogs and police dogs as well in the K9 units. They are very versatile and this feature of theirs has been recognized by the military. They can be used as valuable
messenger dogs, pack carriers, and attack and guard dogs in times of
war. - jerk4life
People. This isn't a police dog. Someone must have added this without knowing anything. I'm sorry. - jerk4life
Its stereotyped to be a good police dog but its definitely not. - jerk4life
Yeah you right jerk4life they should have added a baby husky instead - Blear
To the person to said, "Someone must have added this..." Really? You mean you had only nine items? Not buyin' the BS." The user Blear added it. And I didn;t add any info about this being a police dog, m8. And for your kind info- The Airedale Terrier was here even before the list was approved. - LightningBladeV 1 Comment
Have you ever owned a pit? They are neither inherently "dangerous" nor "ferocious." In fact, they are a poor choice for attack training, as they are not naturally man-aggressive. In addition, pits are not multi-biters. They bite, shake and hold. While this is incredibly painful and likely to discourage most attackers, it leaves the dog vulnerable to countermeasures, such as stabbing.
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