Land Sharks (Police Dogs) are not only renown for their ability to be able to track down fleeing suspects, find vulnerable missing people and protect their human colleagues, but they are also renown for their self-control and discipline.
However, when I used to ‘volunteer’ for my uncle who spent 20 years as a dog handler, then I would only ever see the more ‘aggressive’ side of his various furry missiles.
As you will see in the video below, PD Krush has well-and-truly mastered the art of self discipline and self control as shown in a tweet that was shared by @NPDogSection.
And any potential criminals thinking of fleeing from PD Krush with the idea of carrying out a similar ‘trick’ as a distraction before legging it might want to consider that police dogs are 100% loyal to their handlers – so if you try a similar thing, you might be disappointed.
PD Krush proves that police dogs are well trained, well disciplined and highly intelligent creatures and really should be afforded more protection in the law than what they currently have.
And remember that if you ever find yourself on the ‘wrong’ end of a police dog, then (in 99% of cases) it’s your own fault for not listening to its handler!
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