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Sniffer dogs are used in many different capacities and at a variety of events. Explosive detection dogs can be used to secure buildings and to check vehicles while mobile dog patrols can act both as a deterrent and as accompaniment for a lock and unlock key holding service. Sniffer dogs are regularly employed at major events like concerts and exhibitions as well as to patrol buildings like museums and even government buildings.
Trained Dog Teams
Sniffer dogs and other dog teams need to be properly and thoroughly trained, but so too do the handlers. Dogs and humans work in tandem with one another to provide the necessary level of security and so it is important that both parties have the latest training so that they offer the best possible service whether as explosive detection dogs or mobile patrol teams.
Mobile Dog Patrols
Mobile dog patrols serve as a deterrent as well as security. Randomly timed patrols can secure the inside and outside of a property and the patrol team can also be responsible for the locking or unlocking of property. Lock and unlock services can usually be left responsible for the switching off of machinery and electrical equipment, patrolling the building and grounds, and then securely looking after the key for the building.
Explosive Detection Dogs
Explosive detection dogs are a highly effective tool in the fight against explosives and the people that attempt to use them. The dogs can patrol vehicles or groups of people in order to detect even the smallest explosive devices and explosive detection dogs can be employed in transport buildings, government buildings, and at sporting events and any event with a large crowd of people.
Sniffer dogs are intelligent and well trained. Their handlers must also have had extensive training in order to ensure the best possible results and assuming that this is the case then handler and dog can be used to police events, patrol buildings or locations, and to detect explosives and other devices. They work well in isolation, in large groups, and even with the added pressure of large groups of people.
Rfasecurity.co.uk utilise the skills and training received by former service personnel for Sniffer Dogs who have attended the MOD Defence Animal Centre or RAF Newton, RAF Police QPD and completed a dog handling course at either establishment. RFA are proud to be one of the largest suppliers of trained detection dog teams in the United Kingdom.
Primary ReinforcementIt is important that you also train your dog at mealtime with a specific routine. Train your dog to understand that you are going to remove their food bowl upon fifteen minutes of feeding them. This will establish a feeding schedule for your dog. Before long, your dog will learn to eat more quickly and efficiently.
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