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Subject: Re: Why training PSA or K9 Tactics is a good idea


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Maynard Pease
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Date Posted: 05/ 9/08 1:47:22pm
In reply to: Jeremy 's message, "Why training PSA or K9 Tactics is a good idea" on 05/ 9/08 1:35:38pm

That is a very sad video. I am only guessing this is a training issue. You never know how your K9 will react in a real situation but thank goodness the suspect was not attacking to Officer. I saw a video where an officer was getting assaulted and his K9 partner was running in circle not engaging.

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Re: Why training PSA or K9 Tactics is a good ideaVictoria Harter05/ 9/08 2:23:48pm


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