i have trained over 100 police work dogs for patrol,narcotics and explosives. i am a nationally certified trainer with the uspca and npca canine associations.
Handler for 13years. Trainer for 9 years
bs Towson State Univ,Balt. Md.
I am willing to try and answer any question you might have in regards to police dogs.
I am willing and hoping to continue to learn everyday. Dogs are an amazing animal and change each day!!
The legal changes occur each day we go to work.
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Luke, do yourself a huge favor and join the Navy. The opportunitys are fantastic and your career after will be wide open. Most states offer a short policy and procedures update course. You will be a prize
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Ben, it will be up to the agency you apply with. Do to the current state of the economy, squeaky clean is prefered. However, due to your trouble as a juvenile it may be over looked. Stay clean and prove
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Briana, in most larger agencies, like mine, we train handlers to become trainers. Smaller agencies are looking for certified k9 trainers all the time. They are hard to come by as after a lenghty career
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