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Detection dogs have become a big factor in law enforcement. Detection dogs are usually trained to provide assistance for law enforcement agents. These types of dogs function by use of smell. This is why they are also referred to as sniffer dogs. Detections dogs are trained for different functions. They are mostly used to detect;
- Human Remains (cadaver dogs)
- Human scent
Detection dogs are trained to identify certain scents. They can even detect scents that have been masked. You may find detection dogs in airport security terminals or in selected premises. They are used to enhance the security of a certain area. Detection dogs have certain characteristics. For instance they are very obedient. They are trained to follow commands. They also work very well under pressure. Even when there are distractions, you will still find a detection dog in full concentration. Dogs are naturally intelligent. This is why they can be trained to detect anything.
There are institutions that provide training for detection dogs. The training may include the dog and its handler. The person handing the dog must know how to communicate. They must know which signals the dogs respond to. They must also know how the dog responds to certain things. In some instances, a detection dog may sit without command to indicate identification.
Some dogs may bark insistently. A handler must know which sign means what. Dogs may also be trained for patrol. SWAT is also known to use detections dogs. These dogs may serve more than one purpose. The training a dog will get will depend on what you need it for. Detection dogs are not just for law enforcement though. You may find individuals who have detection dogs maybe for protection. They make very good bodyguards too. You must know how to take care of a detection dog. Chances are you will have to do more work than with a regular pet dog.
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Taking care of a dog can be pretty hectic especially if she is pregnant. A pregnant dog will obviously need special care to ensure that the pregnancy goes well and that the puppies are born healthy. To a person who has never done it before, it may seem like a lot of work but think of the benefits of a few extra puppies. Even if you do not want to keep them, you can always sell them. The average term of pregnancy for a dog is about 63 days.
First and foremost, make sure that your dog is checked by a veterinarian. You need to know if she is in good health and if there are any extra measures that you should take during the pregnancy. It is also important that a pregnant dog get deworming treatment. Keep the dog away form the other pets especially during the last three weeks to minimise the chances of infections. It is also essential that she gets some exercise during the pregnancy. This will minimise the chances of your dog getting obese or developing other weight related conditions during the pregnancy. A simple walk in the morning will suffice.
The food you feed your pregnant dog should be rich in nutrients; stay away from supplements. The amount of calories should also be increased gradually. You can do this by increasing the amount of food you feed your dog. Ensure that your dog has access to fresh water. When the time comes, your dog should have a clean and large space where she can give birth comfortably. Find a place well before and keep it clean and comfortable enough for the puppies. Bathe your pregnant dog to make sure she stays clean during that very important time. With these tips, it should be relatively easy to take care of your pregnant dog.