Police Doggies

5 Comments

4 years 12 weeks ago, 1:40 PM

samD

samD's picture

Rank:
President
Points:
15597
Join Date:
Aug 2008
Location:
Green Valley, Free State of Arizona, United States

They is good. That would probably hurt without those big pads...

4 years 12 weeks ago, 1:51 PM

HampsterW

HampsterW's picture

Rank:
Secretary of State
Points:
7723
Join Date:
Jan 2010
Location:
Cottonwood Heights, Utah, United States

you would have to have some serious reaction times to hit one before he ripped your throat out.

Change you can truly believe in comes from the barrel of a gun---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Ron Paul 2012----Vote the bastards out!---------------------------------
4 years 12 weeks ago, 1:56 PM

samD

samD's picture

Rank:
President
Points:
15597
Join Date:
Aug 2008
Location:
Green Valley, Free State of Arizona, United States

your bowels & bladder...

4 years 12 weeks ago, 3:29 PM

ecaman

ecaman's picture

Rank:
General
Points:
2613
Join Date:
Jul 2009
Location:
Payson, UT, United States
Police Dogs

When I worked for awhile as a security guard, we would use shepherds when needed. My supervisor used one who was gigantic. At times we had to go into apartments or houses used by drug dealers. This damn dog would absolutely terrify a houseful of drug dealers. When told to attack (which he always wanted to do anyway), he would go flying into the place, not just growling, but roaring and practically screaming insanely, just tearing up everybody in it. When the situation was controlled (generally a short time), only his handler could call the dog off, and he would always be bitten while trying control the dog. At times I would be told to go get the dog out of his kennel and bring him to the drug house. The dog learned to accept me, and never bit me too badly. He'd always bite me initially, just to let me know who was really in charge, it seemed like. I'd talk to him and pet him all the time we were driving to the drug house. Singular thing, he was no danger to children. He seemed to regard them as human puppies, and was never threatening to them.

If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man. (Mark Twain).
4 years 12 weeks ago, 3:33 PM

DEMO

DEMO's picture

Rank:
Lieutenant General
Points:
1268
Join Date:
Oct 2008
Location:
Hamburg, NY
That rocks

Could save a cop life..

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do
HampsterW's picture
Posted by: HampsterW
4 years 12 weeks ago
Views:
643
Comments:
5

Rating Overview

This text will be replaced

Recent Activity