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Old 03-21-2012, 03:25 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Oh boy, i'll have to come back to read all that lol. Will definitely be anxious to read it!!!
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Old 03-21-2012, 03:46 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Corrections to posting from Из истории породы :

'amateur breeders sheep numbered ones are bred in small numbers by police kennels' should read 'amateur shepherd breeders' and 'Immediately after World War II, in which the sheep' should read 'Immediately after World War II, in which the shepherds have shown themselves as patriots working to save the wounded on the battlefield...'
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Old 03-21-2012, 04:52 PM   #33 (permalink)
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very interesting stuff!!! glad to have more info than what I'd originally been able to find myself.
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Big thanks to Russian Friend for providing the translation! It's always interesting to see how the breed is developed in different countries.

And since this thread is titled Russian Police K-9 training I thought this link would be interesting, tons of pictures about K-9 training done by the Special Purpose Mobile Unit (OMON) of the police in Moscow: >> ???? ???? ?? ????? ????? | ???? ???????
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Big thanks to Russian Friend for providing the translation! It's always interesting to see how the breed is developed in different countries.

And since this thread is titled Russian Police K-9 training I thought this link would be interesting, tons of pictures about K-9 training done by the Special Purpose Mobile Unit (OMON) of the police in Moscow: >> ???? ???? ?? ????? ????? | ???? ???????

some good looking dogs!!!
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Thanks for posting this site about K-9 training done by the Special Purpose Mobile Unit (OMON) of the police in Moscow, GSD07: >> ???? ???? ?? ????? ????? | ???? ??????? - will try to get this translated from Russian to English too.


They are some good looking dogs:
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Old 03-22-2012, 09:26 AM   #37 (permalink)
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Titled 'Wait - I will bite!', this Russian video (produced in 2007) contains clips from some of the movies made in the 1960's about the EES shepherd. It compares military and police service dogs then and now, including the present day use of cocker spaniels as anti-tank dogs and EES search dogs to find Vodka! - A very important skill, IMO:


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What a great video! Enjoyed it a lot. The movie fragments are from this movie Czterej pancerni i pies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . The video is about border patrol troops and their kennels. In this particular kennel they raise and train over 100 pups a year. At the end of training the dogs find all types of explosives buried half a meter underground. By the way, EES was never mentioned, just the GSD, but I'm sure no one makes the distinction there. Good dog is a good dog.

I liked how they showed choosing what method to use for training drug detection based on the retrieve or food drive. Also it was interesting that the dogs are not fed dry food but meat, grains and veggies. Just some info so the video makes more sense.

Vodka finding skills are for customs, you have no idea how important the skill is LOL
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Thank you for clarifying some things on the 'Wait - I will bite' video, GSD07!

I didn't realize the old black and white clips were from a Polish TV show called Four tank-men and a dog (per the Wikipedia link you included: made between 1966 and 1970, and set during WWII); It would be wonderful to find some complete episodes from this series.
Agreed, vodka finding skills are very important!
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Found it! -
Here's a short intro clip from a 'Four Tank-men and a Dog' episode. It looks like the dog is a babe magnet:
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