Why do police dogs speak german?

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The real reason is much simpler - the dogs were trained with those command words, and it's much easier for the officer to learn a few Dutch or German words than to retrain the dog with new commands.

A police dog must also make it through endurance and agility training.

Finally, each dog receives specialty training.

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Wilson Borough Police Chief Steven Parkansky said that the newest addition to his police force — Rex, a Belgian malinois and Dutch shepherd mix — understands Dutch commands.

He said in his experience, most police canines take orders in foreign languages.

The department's previous dog, Axel, understood German.

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The most common police dogs used for everyday duties are the German Shepherd and the Belgian Malinois though other breeds may be used to perform specific tasks.
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German Dog Training Commands

  1. English: German. (Pronunciation)
  2. Sit. Sitz. (zit-zen)
  3. Down. Platz. (plah-tz)
  4. Stand. Steh. (sh-tay)
  5. Stay. Bleib. (blibe)
  6. Heel. Fuss. (foos)
  7. Come. Hier. (heee-a)
  8. Speak. Gib Laut. (gib-lout)
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Their duties generally include drug, bomb, and weapon detection and cadaver searches. The most common police dogs used for everyday duties are the German Shepherd and the Belgian Malinois though other breeds may be used to perform specific tasks.
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Are police dogs neutered or spayed? The majority of police dogs are not neutered, although some females are spayed because of their heat cycles. They do not require pay as their expenses, food, shelter, medical care are all provided by the department.
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The most common police dogs used for everyday duties are the German Shepherd and the Belgian Malinois though other breeds may be used to perform specific tasks.
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The most common police dogs used for everyday duties are the German Shepherd and the Belgian Malinois though other breeds may be used to perform specific tasks.
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