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DOUGLAS COUNTY - Three purebred German Shepherds were stolen from a private kennel late Friday night or early Saturday morning, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

The dogs were taken from Gunbil German Shepherds in Larkspur.

Police believe the thieves took the dogs between 10 p.m. Friday and 5:30 a.m. Saturday.
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3 purebred German Shepherds stolen in Douglas County

Police/military attack dogs stolen from private kennel in Doulgas County - 7NEWS Denver TheDenverChannel.com

I hope those dogs are found soon...

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I hope the dogs are safe.

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3 purebred German Shepherds stolen in Douglas County

I saw this story on the news this morning. What I don't understand is, they said the dogs could be aggressive. If they were so aggressive, how could they have stolen them?

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3 purebred German Shepherds stolen in Douglas County

I saw this story on the news this morning. What I don't understand is, they said the dogs could be aggressive. If they were so aggressive, how could they have stolen them?
Catch poles? There are ways to wrangle aggressive dogs, especially ones confined to a kennel.
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3 purebred German Shepherds stolen in Douglas County

I saw this story on the news this morning. What I don't understand is, they said the dogs could be aggressive. If they were so aggressive, how could they have stolen them?
Living in a kennel, pacing like caged tigers, someone comes with a bag of cheese and a leash and says want to go for a ride, come on, let's get out of here and opens the door to freedom - I bet a lot of of dogs would be happy to go with someone, and their training would go out the window - unless they had huge temperament issues. So these sound like nice dogs at least - hopefully they are okay but...not a lot of good things come to mind for them.


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3 purebred German Shepherds stolen in Douglas County

I saw this story on the news this morning. What I don't understand is, they said the dogs could be aggressive. If they were so aggressive, how could they have stolen them?
For clarity; they did not say the dogs were aggressive or that they (necessarily) would/could be aggressive, but that 2 of the dogs were highly trained for military/LEO and therefore were worries that approached it handled incorrectly that there was a possibility they could respond with aggressive behaviors.

The third dog only had basic training.
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For clarity; they did not say the dogs were aggressive or that they (necessarily) would/could be aggressive, but that 2 of the dogs were highly trained for military/LEO and therefore were worries that approached it handled incorrectly that there was a possibility they could respond with aggressive behaviors.

The third dog only had basic training.
No this isn't correct. 2 of the dogs were show or for pets and one had special training. I'm thinking it was someone that knew the dogs.

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