Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Training K9’s

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DOUGLAS COUNTY, Mo. – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office was training their K9’s in Oklahoma.

It is apart of a certification course that welcomes K9 teams all over the country to learn how to rappel down tall buildings with their K9 and then clear and search rooms for narcotics.

However, the sheriff wrote on Facebook that many of the dogs were unable to do this due to anxiety and some had to use a muzzle to ensure safety as K9’s were passed through a window.

Officers also practiced searching for drugs in vehicles with the K9’s.
 

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