These Police Puppies Acted Tough 30 Times But Ended Up Being So Cute

From the Middle Ages, law enforcement has been known to keep dogs. There are many popular breeds kept for service in the force. They include the German Shepherds, Dutch Shepherds, Belgian Malinois, and crossbreeds from these. Those rarely found in the force but serve sometimes are Bouvier de Flandres, Doberman Pinchers, and Rottweilers.

Before they can start serving, puppies from these breeds must undergo rigorous training. Once they become a police dog, they will always and forever be one. This means that their handlers will also be their family for life. Handlers will look after the police dogs like they would their own pets. The earliest that one can acquire a puppy is eight weeks. By this time, they can be taught how to behave.

A behavior expert for dogs, Nick Jones MA, says that at the beginning, the young pups should be trained on simple things like good manners and being able to receive instruction from the handler. As the dog continues to mature, new challenges can be introduced. Most of the time, things will not turn out as planned, and you have to be okay with it. The dog has his own pace of progress that cannot be forced. There has to be room for adjustment.

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