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Old 04-01-2014, 01:03 PM
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Dogs guarding facilities - how to?

Hello!

I'm an officer in training in Slovenia, and as a part of my training I have to write a paper on a subject. I chose sentry/guard duty for warehouses with military working dogs (MWD), because Slovenian Army is planning to guard some of the warehouses with MWDs and I'm searching for other armed forces' plans how they do it.

So, how does an army (or private companies) guard their warehouses or buildings with dogs (SOPs, plans, pictures, schematics, anything ). I read the military field manual (FM) for MWD but didn't find anything concrete on this subject, or maybe I missed something...

I would appreciate any help a lot!

Thank you very much,
Ivan
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Hi Ivan. You may find much more info on a working dog forum for this subject.
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Thanks, I'll try there too
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I couldn't find much for you but I did find this fact sheet. It's from the training command here in San Antonio, TX at Lackland AFB.

http://www.37trw.af.mil/library/fact...t.asp?id=18584

At the bottom of this sheet is a "contact us" link. Perhaps you could send an email asking for some info. Good luck.
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The only actual knowledge on the subject I have is dogs being taken on patrol with the soldiers. Not the dogs by themselves.
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Look up the show Alpha Dogs, the kennel / training facility featured in the show trains some dogs for the military. I'm thinking if you contact that kennel / training facility they may be able to help you.
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A bit more then just guarding buildings, but Trident the K9 warrior is an interesting read wrote by a retired SEAL, who now trains Mals to be SEAL team members. Other then the some of the specific stuff, swimming, Heli, rappeling stuff, the bulk of it selection, rear, puppy to soldier stuff would be comparable :-)
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