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K9 aggression training

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Cpl. Paul Kelley, military working dog handler, Combat Center's Provost Marshal's Office, holds on to MWD Collie before setting him on a potential suspect during aggression training near K9 unit kennels, Jan. 22, 2014. Aggression is one of the skills that handlers focus on the military working dogs. (Photo by Cpl. D. J. Wu)

Cpl. Paul Kelley, military working dog handler, Combat Center’s Provost Marshal’s Office, holds on to MWD Collie before setting him on a potential suspect during aggression training near K9 unit kennels, Jan. 22, 2014. Aggression is one of the skills that handlers focus on the military working dogs. (Photo by Cpl. D. J. Wu)

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  1. Ronald DeMoulin Sr. Says:
    January 25th, 2014 at 8:48 pm

    Why is their no K9 training Manuel from the Military that would impart training techniques that would be of benefit to Police Service Dog Handlers along with the Military Standards as is with ” Trident Warriors ” to learn and understand different methods of training that are welcomed by trainers and handlers .