A FUR-FOOTED FORCE
- From Homefront To Home Life. Thurston, Mary Elizabeth // Dog World;Jun2001, Vol. 86 Issue 6, p58
Deals with the national campaign in the United States for a dignified retirement place for the country's military canines. INSET: I KEPT MY PROMISE.
- Four-Legged Warrants. Sullum, Jacob // Reason;Apr2011, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p13
The article focuses on the use of police dogs in detecting drugs, highlighting a reports in the newspaper "The Chicago Tribune" on the error rate of dogs in detecting drugs at traffic stops.
- A New Spin on an Old Tradition. Palika, Liz // Dog World;Apr2003, Vol. 88 Issue 4, p46
Focuses on training procedure to train dogs to pull carts.
- FallenDogs.com Honors Dogs That Served. CHANEY, SUSAN // Dog World;Oct2011, Vol. 96 Issue 10, p10
The article focuses on the website www.FallenDogs.com, which features the stories and photographs of war dogs, police dogs, and other dogs that have served man in various ways.
- second chance. abraham, tierri // Burke's Backyard;Aug2011, p106
The article presents information on Maya the trainee Seeing Eye Dog who is owned by the Wilson family of Brisbane, Queensland. As reported, Maya the young Labrador was 'honorably discharged' as a Seeing Eye Dog due to a health issue at around 10 months as she could not afford the gruelling...
- DRUG DOGS FOR HIRE. // Current Events;11/10/2008, Vol. 108 Issue 9, p6
The article focuses on Sniff Dogs, a company that rents out retired police dogs for $200 an hour. Sniff Dogs states that their highly trained canines can smell marijuana from 15 feet away, can detect residue on clothes even of the drug was smoked two days earlier and its sniffing service is...
- Aero and Officer Mike. Russell, Joan Plummer // Click;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p8
Features Aero, a German shepherd police dog owned by Officer Mike. Roles as a police dog; Characteristics of Aero; Information on the training activities for Aero.
- The First Security Dogs. Anderson, Bendix // Security Dogs;2005, p8
Information on the history of the first security dogs in the U.S. from a chapter of the book "Security Dogs" is presented. For thousands of years, dogs and people have worked together, with the very first security dogs guarding people's homes. Native Americans have been using dogs to help them...
- Our Four-Legged Warriors: They Serve, They Sacrifice, They Retire and, Sadly, They Leave Us. DE WIND, DORIAN // Moderate Voice;02/06/2013, p5
The article discusses the role of dogs in warfare. The U.S. Army Canine Corps trains and provides military working dogs (MWDs) used in patrol, drug and explosive detection, and specialized missions of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and other government agencies. The DoD has more than 500...