Everyone loves a police … to prevent bomb blasts. On the Trail of Justice A sheriff’s office canine unit in Pasco County, Florida exemplifies the dynamic range of police dog skills and applications. Some are specially trained in narcotics detection … Link.

At 4 months old, Kaden is a playful, black- and white-coated basenji being schooled at Georgia K9 National Training Center. Once fully trained, he will assist federal and local police … bomb dogs such as Kaden — has surged as homeland security and drug … Link.

The drug-busting black … a new partnership with bomb detection dog Nitro, although it’s not known if old dog Louie can teach the young pup some tricks. If the statistics are any indication he won’t need it; last year alone canine detection teams … Link.

Whether they’re sniffing out drugs … tumbles to get his guy. A police K-9 and SWAT team captured a man who claimed he had a pipe bomb and engaged them in an hour-long standoff during rush hour. Needless to say, dog: 1 – suspect: 0. Link.

But not all police K-9 and military … “We have dogs that have done everything. We have arson dogs, we have bomb-sniffing dogs, we have narcotic dogs in the program. We have military dogs.” Project K-9 Hero provides up to $3,000 per year for medical … Link.

Two officers who have lost a dog in the line of duty offer advice for others who may suffer a similar tragedy But not all police … we have bomb-sniffing dogs, we have narcotic dogs in the program. We have military dogs.” Project K-9 Hero provides … Link.

They also set up a Go Fund Me page. The Middletown police department currently has four K9s – Tupac, a bomb dog, Koda, who specializes in patrol and narcotics, Jax, a tracker, and Nero, who specializes in patrol and narcotics. All the dogs are partnered … Link.