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Dutch Shepherds in the News (October 2019)

Did you see a Dutch Shepherd somewhere? Out in public? On Television? In a movie?
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Dutch Shepherds in the News (October 2019)

Post by centrop67 » Sat Oct 05, 2019 4:09 pm

New K9 officer joins MPD
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www.mccookgazette.com wrote:“She still has a lot of puppy left in her,” said her handler, Officer Bill Watts. But that’s to be expected as Kailah (pronounced Kayla) is still only one and half years old.

The Dutch Shepherd was born in the Netherlands and bred specifically to be a narcotics-sniffing dog, Watts said. She was trained in a K-9 training camp in Louisiana, where Watts joined her and spent six weeks in specialized training. And since her initial training was in the Netherlands, Watts gives his commands in Dutch.
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Re: Dutch Shepherds in the News (October 2019)

Post by centrop67 » Mon Oct 07, 2019 2:11 pm

‘Best ever’ police dog Dutch retires after nine years of service
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metro.co.uk wrote:Dutch – named after his breed Dutch shepherd, was the force’s longest-serving general purpose dog.

‘Just last week he found an unconscious hypothermic missing person in dense undergrowth. ‘He’s an incredible police dog, maybe the best that I will ever work with and I’m so proud of everything he’s done in his time at North Yorkshire Police.’
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Re: Dutch Shepherds in the News (October 2019)

Post by centrop67 » Tue Oct 08, 2019 2:05 pm

Rankin County’s hero K-9 retires in style thanks to national nonprofit for working dogs
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www.wlbt.com wrote:He may not be on the street anymore, but K-9 Wannes, an almost 12-year-old Dutch Shepherd, worked around 10 years to keep the streets of Rankin County safe.
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Post by centrop67 » Wed Oct 09, 2019 2:28 pm

Crisp County patrol dog helping crack down on crime
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wfxl.com wrote:Patrol Dog Molly is a Dutch Shepherd that has been with the sheriff's office since April.
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Post by centrop67 » Thu Oct 10, 2019 3:36 pm

Belmont K-9 a finalist to win SUV
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www.timesleaderonline.com wrote:K-9 Officer Tuco and his partner and handler, Deputy Chad Kulpa of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Department, are asking for help and online votes online through October, as Tuco competes with other K-9 officers in a nationwide contest for a new SUV K-9 patrol vehicle worth up to $50,000.

Tuco has been named one of 30 finalists in the Vested Interest in K-9 Law Enforcement Sports Utility Vehicle Giveaway.

Tuco, a 3-year-old Dutch Shepherd who has been with the department for two years, is a bomb-detecting dog and is often utilized during threats and visits by officials.
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Re: Dutch Shepherds in the News (October 2019)

Post by centrop67 » Thu Oct 10, 2019 3:38 pm

New K-9 Announced at Council Meeting
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/www.mccookgazette.com wrote:McCook Police Officer Bill Watts introduced to the council his “partner,” the new K9 officer, Kailah, a Dutch Shepherd. The dog can detect several different narcotics simply by smell. City Manager Nate Schneider said the SUV used to transport Kailah was donated by Webster County, that has eliminated its K9 service. In response to a question by Councilman Jerry Calvin, Watts said they are not in the position at this time to lend Kailah to other counties, but will be able to do so in the future
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Re: Dutch Shepherds in the News (October 2019)

Post by centrop67 » Sun Oct 13, 2019 3:46 pm

Cherokee's new K-9 hits the streets in November
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www.timesdaily.com wrote:Duchess, the female Dutch Shepherd, the town's dual purpose K-9, will be working with her partner Clay Wilson by November.

The 3-year-old dog, originally from Budapest, will be officially certified in drug detection/suspect tracking and apprehension on Oct. 29.
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Re: Dutch Shepherds in the News (October 2019)

Post by centrop67 » Tue Oct 15, 2019 2:09 pm

Bibb County Sheriff's Office offered grant money to improve bomb detecting dog program
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www.13wmaz.com wrote:Hugo, a Dutch Shepherd, sniffs around the Middle Georgia Regional Airport before people arrive from their flight.

He is one of two bomb sniffing dogs at the Bibb County Sheriff's Office. Captain Brad Wolfe helps run the bomb detecting dog program.
Michael
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RIP: Tequila and Snickers
If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went. - Will Rogers

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