Whenever a police car with ‘K9 Unit’ written next to it passes by, I immediately begin to admire both the dog and the police officer that rides in the car. Working as a police dog requires tremendous training and dedication for both the dog and its handler. There should be mutual respect between the dog and the trainer. They should build an incredible bond in order to understand each other.
Training to become a police dog depends on your dog’s intelligence and skills, but most dogs can be trained and ready for certification in 12-16 weeks. This time frame can be shortened if the dog has previously been subjected to obedience training, biting training, etc. Learning how to teach a police dog is very important and goes on and on.
Dogs requiring special training such as military service and mine detection requires extra efforts and this type of training might take up to 2 years!
In this short video, the dog being trained at the police station gets a little bored and decides to play around with the “victim”. The following videos shows that dogs are so funny and they really tend to have a great sense of humour. Have a look at the video for more, let us know your thoughts, and do not forget to spread out the video to your friends and family on social media in order to make them laugh too.