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    Every day the Facebook newsfeed is filled with videos of dogs performing tricks, playing with children, and getting into mischief. Dog videos on Youtube get millions of views and shares around the world. Owners can take their pets to doggy daycare for playtime, to salons for shampoos and pedicures, and pet stores for holiday outfits. Some people may find this kind of attention excessive, but dogs have always been considered “man’s best friend.” There is another group of dogs, however, who make valuable contributions to society through the work they do protecting and serving others. In Saint Malo, France, dogs were used in law enforcement as early as the twelfth century. They walked with officers on patrol in the most dangerous parts of the…

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    time in America. Finding survivors in the wreckage of the World Trade Center was a daunting task (Stephen Atkins 602). Without the enormous aid from the hundreds of heroes; survivors wouldn 't be where they are today. These courageous heroes would likely be known as the man 's best friend. The heroes are the K-9 rescue dogs. K-9 rescue dogs came with their handlers from all around the world and searched frantically on the night of September 11. At Ground Zero, the dogs worked every day to help…

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    How to Train a K-9 Unit Dog K-9 dog training is a long process that not only takes up the early lives of puppies but most of their adult lives. It is important for officers to train dogs because K-9 unit dogs’ help officers look for evidence where officers cannot go, save lives, and fight crimes. There are two main types of K-9 unit dogs that are trained to be either search and rescue dogs which are cadaver dogs, trailing dogs, and water search dogs or forensic evidence dogs which include drug…

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    investigation. This as well as radio broadcasts being placed out in order to alert the public in an amber alert style situation. At 7 PM that night it was decided to be a true missing persons case and a formal search team was established to search at Kyron. Around that same time Sheriff Dan Staton phoned the FBI in order to alert them of the abduction. Throughout the rest of the night the sheriff 's office attempted to scout out any hiding place within the school, Horman house, and area…

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    Coast Guard Case Study

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    against the Coast Guard for the death of his wife based upon the Coast Guard’s one-hour delay in reaching the boat after he made a distress call asking for rescue due to the bad weather conditions? BRIEF ANSWER OR CONCLUSION Probably not. Under the Good Samaritan doctrine applicable to this case the Coast Guard probably won’t be liable for wrongful death since there are not omissions of failure to act, neither affirmative actions from its part causing Mrs. Moore’s death. FACTS James More…

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    Paragraph 1, Introduction Ellie's Story is about a search and rescue dog named Ellie. Ellie's Story is by W. Bruce Cameron, who also wrote the novel A Dog's Purpose, Bailey's story, Molly's story, Max's Story, and many other books all based off of A Dog's Purpose. A Dog's Purpose even had a movie made about it. EllIe's story didn't have many main characters. Some of the characters consist of Jakob, Ellie's first partner, Maya, Ellie's second partner, Ellie herself, Albert, Maya’s husband,…

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    K-9 Unit Research Paper

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    Dogs are known as man’s best friend. They are loyal, trustworthy, and highly trainable. Not only do they have favorable personality traits, they also have enhanced smelling and hearing senses. Since they have the characteristics that are easy to work with, they are used in law enforcement agencies. They have a specialized unity within these agencies known as the “K-9 Unit”. The enhanced senses of the dogs are utilized for the purpose of tracking criminals, sniffing out illegal materials,…

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    different types of animals that are used as service animals, dogs seem to be the most popular and the most versatile. Dogs are used as service animals in numerous ways including use as public service dogs, therapy dogs, and assistance dogs. The first kind of public service dog…

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    Some dogs help at the slopes of mountains, others are aiding the disabled. Either way, these are really important jobs for our canine mates. There are many jobs that include dogs. For example, blind people use dogs as guides so they don't walk into traffic, bump into people in public, or make a mess of the house. Dogs also help with doors (opening and closing). People who are deaf need dogs for locating objects on command, retrieving dropped items, and alerting to the sound of a doorbell or fire…

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    HOW CAN I VOLUNTEER AT A LOCAL DOG RESCUE Dog Rescue Centers are organizations which shelter the unwanted or abandoned dogs and try to match the pets with new owners. This saves animals who are victims of animal cruelty or natural disasters. They take care of these animals by providing shelter, food, cleaning them, walking the dogs, or cleaning their cages. They also offer veterinary care to the animals so that they can be in good health conditions. These Rescue Centers welcome volunteers who…

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