March/April 2013




On the Cover:

  • K-9 Scent Detection: Human Remains Detection by Karen Karrer
  • K-9 Legal: Lessons From Springboro by John M. Peters, Attorney at Law
  • Cover Story: Mess with these “Alpha Dogs,” and they won’t hesitate to bite your head off. New Nat Geo WILD series goes inside one of the most elite police and military dog training facilities in the world. Producers Q & A Interview with Jack Osbourne & Rob Worsoff Schweet Entertainment, LLC

In This Issue:

  • K-9 Featured Department: K-9 Unit Boosts Mission of West Virginia University Police by Dan Shrensky
  • K-9 Advice & Opinion: Dog Handlers and Attention Span by Mark Mathis
  • K-9 Training: Taking off the Leash – Expanding K-9 Capabilities in the Industry by Jay Crafter / Co-written with Nicole White
  • K-9 Bitework: Make Your Next Street Bite Count by James Allen Parker
  • K-9 Trailing: Starting a Veteran Patrol K-9 on Trailing by Jeff Schettler
  • K-9 E-Collar Training: Teaching the K-9 to Understand E-Collar Pressure as Motivation by Scott Sanchez / Photography by Richard King
  • K-9 Medic: A Collaborative Model for Police Agencies & EMS to Supporting Working K9s by Jo-Anne Brenner and Caitrin E. Conroy
  • K-9 Training: Component Training for Police K-9s by Jerry Bradshaw