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Better Staffing in the 1950's...

You'd have two K9's and an awesome patrol car:

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Wow! Now that's cool

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That is a '60 Ford, so would it not be better 60's? There are two dog transport kennels available and in use today. Usually though both dogs are handled by the same handler. I would think two dog handlers for one car is NOT an efficient use of manpower or canine assets.

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Civil Rights in the early 60s and Vietnam War in the late 60s....

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The dog on the right looks so happy that you can't help but smile

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"That is a '60 Ford, so would it not be better 60's?"

Yes!
Not familiar with the specific year or the make, but know a cool car when I see one...
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"That is a '60 Ford, so would it not be better 60's?"

Yes!
Not familiar with the specific year or the make, but know a cool car when I see one...

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Dog on the right is grinnin' because dog on the left is a rookie and nervous, LOL
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how many bodies could fit in that trunk? My dad had a green '63 which was my first car/boat/tank to drive....how embarrased was I?
If I had two smilin' GSD's in the back it would have been better! I do remember we fit the whole exhaust system in the trunk after it fell off.

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