Most police departments throughout the country have K9 police dogs, whose intelligence and agility assist them with capturing criminals and detecting illegal substances. The Oklahoma City Police force currently has nine dogs, which are of huge benefit to them – in 2013 alone, the dogs helped police catch 166 suspects. Sadly, however, two police dogs recently passed away.
To bring back the full strength of the K9 unit, police officers are now training two new German Shepherds. These dogs are pure-bred males and were obtained oversees. According to the police officers, male dogs are more independent, smarter, and more loyal than female dogs, and they are easier to train for police work.
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