Dogs are more than just pets. They are our confidantes, our companions. They are our sidekicks, our cohorts, our comic-relief. They are our biggest supporters and our constant champions. They are our best friends. They are family. No where in the world is this more apparent than it is here in the good old, USA….
Most of the dogs that succeed as a police K9 have been purposefully bred to become the best dogs they can be, but sometimes out of a shelter or rescue, comes a diamond in the “ruff.”
In this episode, learn about a couple k9 recruits that fit that description, plus: responsibilities of a K9 handler, the selection process for choosing the right dogs, and the rescue that helped bring a couple standouts into the law enforcement fold.
In this episode of The American Canine Podcast, 5-time Iditarod Champion Dallas Seavey tells us what it takes to be a winner of “The Last Great Race,” and what drives him to keep at it.
A foundation born from tragedy helps provide and protect K9s to law enforcement while keeping the memory of a special police officer alive. Find out about an upcoming event which will let you help them accomplish their mission.
In the latest podcast we talk to a husband and wife team who have spent 23 years as handlers for King County Search Dogs. Find out how they got started, how they choose their dogs, and why “trust your training” could be a motto for all handlers to live by.
A look at the life of Pixie Buttercup