Other LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs present included:

Other LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs present included:
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Some members are also involved in Search and Rescue organizations. The NK9DTA also has members that are involved in various forms of competition including Agility, Flyball, Field Trails, French Ring Sport, Schutzhund Trials, and more. Among our membership you will also find those who are involved in breeding, exhibiting, and trialing dogs through the American Kennel Club, Canadian Kennel Club, and other dog clubs or organizations.
The police K-9 unit has nine handlers and active dogs.
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LCC Kare 9 Military Ministry dogs Butch, Blitz, Flex, Britta, and Rhoda (Prince of Peace – Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin), along with their handlers, were invited to the Army Reserve Training Center in Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday, May, 20, 2017 to support the 646 Regional Support Group Change of Command and Farewell Ceremonies. Brigadier General J. McCalumn officiated the change of command from Colonel M Roache to Colonel M Inman. Additionally, special honors were presented to two of the Sergeants. After the ceremony, a farewell took place for those that were mobilizing to Fort Hood in Texas. We thank them all for their service to our country. Close to  made by the K-9 unit ended with a dog attack
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Photo provided by FlickrK-9 Police demonstration in Front Royal,VA. Watch the speed of this dogs reactions. Check my puppy fail video out.
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The Colorado Correctional Industries (CCI), Prison Trained K-9 Companion Program (PTKCP) is a program which provides the outside community with pre-trained dogs. Dogs graduating from this program fill many roles: everything from a wonderfully trained basic family pet, to a nursing home dog, to very sophisticated assistance dogs which perform a variety of tasks for their masters. These dogs are perfect pets for the youngest child to an elderly parent.Wix was the 30th K-9 dog to die from heat exhaustion since 2008, but there have already been 11 heat-related deaths this year. Using data from the , this graph shows how many police dog deaths were related to the heat in each of the last eight years.Since the last week of May, 11 K-9 unit dogs have died from the heat, and nine of those cases stemmed from dogs left in hot police cars. The latest tragedy struck last Wednesday in Kohler, Wisconsin, when a police dog named Wix died in a squad car as his handler worked at the PGA Championship. According to ABC News, the deputy , but when the unit failed, Wix was trapped inside a vehicle that reached dangerously high temperatures. In fact, several of the incidents where police dogs died in hot cars this year have been blamed on faulty air conditioners.A suspect involved in a shootout that killed a Volusia County Sheriff's K-9 unit dog was shot multiple times and taken into custody Wednesday after an extensive search that spanned nearly 20 hours, officials said. Video courtesy Fox 35 Orlando. Most commonly Adoption Interviews and "Go Home Class" will be Denver Women's Correctional Facility (3600 Havana Ave., Denver, 80239) on Thursdays, OR CCI International Center (3800 Grandview Ave., Cañon City, 81212) on Fridays. We also hold interviews and "Go Home Classes" at Sterling Correctional Facility (12101 Hwy. 61, Sterling, 80751) and Buena Vista Minimum Center (15125 Hwy. 24 & 285, Buena Vista, 81211) occasionally. A background check must be performed on clients entering Denver, Sterling and Buena Vista. If your dog is going to one of these facilities, please submit your full name, date of birth, driver's license number and state of issue to: A suspect involved in a shootout that killed a Sheriff's K-9 unit dog was shot multiple times and taken into custody Wednesday after an extensive search that spanned nearly 20 hours, officials said.