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    Quote Originally Posted by bzjr68 View Post
    ^^ Great pix mate, I love the [SIZE=2]Weimaraner on post #102 !! ^^ [/SIZE]
    Thanks mate, but Weimaraner???????

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    Quote Originally Posted by santana View Post
    Thanks mate, but Weimaraner???????

    Yes, Look [*******royalblue]Here[/COLOR] Bro !!

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    Another set!!!!!!!










    From Poland Army


    Sri Lanka


    Sweden


    Portugal


    Vietnam


    Paraguay

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    Quote Originally Posted by bzjr68 View Post
    Yes, Look [*******royalblue]Here[/COLOR] Bro !!

    OK I get it now. Did u saw my fathers filas???
    Well gents it was a pleasure. But tonigh its Friday night, I deserve a good drink

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    Quote Originally Posted by santana View Post
    Did u saw my fathers filas???
    Yes, very nice !!

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    Cpl. Justin Johnson, a military working-dog handler with Company A, 1st Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 2, and his 3-year-old dog, Sgt. Joe prepare themselves for a patrol by drinking water aboard Combat Outpost Cafferetta, July 4. Johnson, 22, from Winston Salem, N.C., has been handling his dog since October 2009, building a strong bond with him in the process. Whether on a patrol or standing post, the two can always be found together.

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    Another couple more from Colombian Army




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    two of the guy in my kennels had these taken while in Iraq.

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    ^^ Great pix Blasphemy, Thanks for sharing them !! ^^

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    Border patrolmen inspect the kennels of their dogs after they were evacuated due to Hurricane Alex rising the water levels of the Rio Grande River in Laredo, Texas, 10 jul 2010.


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    U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Manhea Kim with Fleet Combat Camera Group Pacific takes photos of Sgt. Daniel Lyon, military dog handler, and Staff Sgt. Coli, military working K-9, with 3rd Infantry Division during a training exercise at Forward Operating Base Marez, near Mosul, Iraq, July 12.

    U.S. Sgt. Daniel Lyon, military dog handler, with 3rd Infantry Division, K-9 Section rewards Staff Sgt. Coli, military working K-9, for finding an object during a training exercise at Forward Operating Base Marez, near Mosul, Iraq, July 12. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Manhea Kim/Released)

    U.S. Sgt. Daniel Lyon, military dog handler, with 3rd Infantry Division, K-9 Section looks at an object found by Staff Sgt. Coli, military working K-9, during a training exercise at Forward Operating Base Marez, near Mosul, Iraq, July 12. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Manhea Kim/Released)
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    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Roberto Matos stands his ground as he waits for Tech. Sgt. Pedro Guerrero to give Britta, a military working dog, the order to attack in a controlled water aggression exercise at Hurlburt Field, Fla., July 14. The goal of water aggression training is to allow the dogs to become more comfortable working in a variety of environments. Britta and Sergeants Matos and Guerrero are assigned to the 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron.

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Roberto Matos receives a bite from Britta, a military working dog, in a controlled water aggression exercise at Hurlburt Field, Fla., July 14. The goal of water aggression training is to allow the dogs to become more comfortable working in a variety of environments. Sergeant Matos and Britta are assigned to the 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron.

    U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Pedro Guerrero restrains military working dog Britta in a controlled water aggression exercise at Hurlburt Field, Fla., July 14. Guerrero and Britta are assigned to the 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron.

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Roberto Matos receives a bite from Britta, a military working dog, in a controlled water aggression exercise at Hurlburt Field, Fla., July 14. The goal of water aggression training is to allow the dogs to become more comfortable working in a variety of environments. Matos and Britta are assigned to the 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron.

    U.S. Air Force military working dog Britta attacks Staff Sgt. Roberto Matos in a controlled water aggression exercise at Hurlburt Field, Fla., July 14. Matos and Britta are assigned to the 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron.

    U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Pedro Guerrero watches Britta, a military working dog, attack Staff Sgt. Robert Matos in a controlled water aggression exercise at Hurlburt Field, Fla., July 14. Britta, Matos and Guerrero are assigned to the 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron.

    U.S. Air Force military working dog Britta prepares to jump from the dock to attack Staff Sgt. Roberto Matos in a controlled water aggression exercise at Hurlburt Field, Fla., July 14. The goal of water aggression training is to allow the dogs to become more comfortable working in a variety of environments. Matos and Britta are assigned to the 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron.


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    gotta love water aggression! We found out one of our MWD's is VERY afraid of water, even with a decoy yelling and running through the water he just won't go in....gotta work on that.

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    Sounds like a job for "el Dog Whisperer".

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    pfftt that guy is a waste of a television slot. Ill stick to tried and PROVEN methods of dog training. I'd like to see him step into the kennel with an MWD and try to scare them straight

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    Some pictures of my dog, not a MWD but hopely next year she will be ready to start working with me, (she is now 1,5yo)




    don't mind the E-collar, it is off we just got home from training.

    Also a question for you guys, a while back there was a show on national geographic or animal planet about MWD handlers being trained a lackland.. It also had something to do with a Topdog competition. All mwd handlers we're in there basic training of working with dogs.. searching for the name of this show or better a link to watch it again online.

    Greetz from the doglands(netherlands)

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