Army Dogs – What Is The Most Important Part Of Training

An U.S. Army military working dog, Andy, searc...

An U.S. Army military working dog, Andy, searches among rubble and trash outside a target building, during a joint operation with the Iraqi army and U.S. Soldiers of 5th Squadron, 73rd Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, in Rusafa, eastern Baghdad, Iraq, on Feb. 28. The Soldiers are searching for weapons caches and targeted insurgents. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

After doing some research, Army Dogs like these get trained to not just protect their

own, but also the President of the United States. Wouldn’t it be nice that you can go

home to a dog like this knowing that it was train to keep you safe? In any case the

most important thing about training these military working dogs is that they learn

about who is going to be handling them. Knowing your partner in every aspect will

provide things like trust, love, and a stronger unbreakable friendship.

Did you notice anything unique about how this handler was training this dog?

Do you believe that training a dog in any manner develops an unbreakable bond?

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