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Category: Anxiety Dog Training | Author: admin 31.10.2015
Advertise with the Surrey Advertiser, News & Mail and Staines Informer The Surrey Advertiser, News & Mail and Staines Informer are part of Trinity Mirror Southern, offering you unique access to our audience across the region online and in print. She has been editorial director of the online and print titles in Surrey and north-east Hampshire since 2007. Surrey Police has laid claim to being top dog once again after its canine section took first prize at the force’s annual dog handling contest. We started our new Initial Police dog course 4 weeks ago and it will run for another 9 weeks when hopefully all the dog teams will successfully graduate to become fully fledged Police dog teams. Picture 1 is Trainee Police dog Ash with her handler PC Ben Jobes who will be working in Camborne. Picture 2 is Trainee Police dog Annie with her handler  PC Lee Crampton who will be working in Exeter. Picture 3 is Trainee Police dog Grommit with his handler PS Alan Knight who will be working in Exeter. Picture 6 Shows Trainee Police dog Ava being introduced to her new handler PC Steve Budd from Dorset Police. The more astute among you who follow the blog will know that Police dogs Axel and Arry graduated in August this year and that our 4 A litter dogs mentioned above ie Ava, Annie, Argo and Ash means that one of the litter is missing.
Over the weeks ahead I will introduce you to some of the work and training that we do on the course.
Picture 15 shows the dogs starting their training to deal with a violent of fleeing criminal.

Pictures 17 to 21 show the dog teams learning to walk through and ignore livestock such as sheep and cattle. Picture 17 shows me demonstrating to the students how to operate the training line as we pass through livestock. As always we were inundated with well wishers asking about the dogs and wanting to take photographs. Animal lovers will be able to meet Surrey Police's very own dog squad at an event tomorrow. The Surrey police dog trials will form part of a Family Day at Mount Browne, Guildford, which begins at 11am. Refreshments will be available to buy at the event and well-behaved dogs, kept on the lead, are invited to accompany responsible owners to enjoy the day’s activities. Marnie previously worked at the BBC as a producer for 5 Live, having moved to national radio from BBC Sussex and Surrey. It is a very demanding but enjoyable course where these high energy determined dogs finally get a chance to do what they were no doubt born to do ie work. At the moment we are still in the early stages of building a solid foundation in all aspects of the training before we move forward. Also note the close proximity in which the dogs work together which is extremely important. Although we train a dog to attack a violent or escaping criminal the handler must always satisfy him or herself that use of the dog was both proportionate and necessary.

This involves the dogs being completely relaxed and safe working in crowds and town situations. This is something that very few dogs bred to work get to do in the modern world hence the reason why so many end up with behavioural problems. Ava and Steve started their training at Surrey Police dog training school 3 weeks ago and are doing extremely well. These early stages are about building confidence, making sure the dogs are enjoying the work and building the bond between handler and dog. We are one of the only Police forces that I am aware of who include both urban and rural schooling in their Initial Police dog courses. If the bond is strong these wonderful dogs will pretty much overcome everything that is thrown at them because of the trust they have in their handler. In an age when forces are cutting the length of their courses to save money our force have taken the view that such training is of vital importance to maintain safe well balanced working Police dogs.

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