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Police Officer's Guide to K9 Searches

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Modern police officers have an impressive number of tools at their disposal, all of which take some experience to deploy properly. Of all these tools, none is more mysterious and poorly understood than the dog. And while a K9 can be useful in subduing a suspect, 90 per cent of its work involves its nose, not its teeth.

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Paperback, 60 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Dog Training Press
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