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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-29-2017, 10:06 PM Thread Starter
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Do police dogs ever breed?

I have admired some splendid police dogs and I do have a GSD bitch. I wonder if working police dogs are ever used for breeding? To working lines females of course.
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-29-2017, 10:34 PM
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The short answer is yes. Tom z ps is a famous example. Another was a more recent post looking for insight on her pedigree. Dogs sire is dyson benax, a police dog.
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Most departments own the dogs and do not bother with registration papers or hip/elbow ratings....occassionally an officer owns the dog and will use it for breeding.....papers not being a factor because "it's a police dog" and everyone wants his pups!

I have seen several scenerios - officer owned dogs with all paperwork and credentials used for breeding, dogs with no papers and no clue of pedigree breeding any female the officer can ...and making patrol dogs out of a few of the pups, and dogs owned by a local town who the officer will breed quietly - again, no papers....


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There are the retired K9s that get sold off as "surplus" property sometimes, especially in the South. I'm sure most of them get bred by whoever gets a hold of them.

The last retired K9 I know of that was pulled out of a high-kill shelter (NOLA) had horrible hips -- he needed $3k of surgery to be able to walk as a senior. I have little doubt that whoever bought him from the department and then dumped him had recouped their "investment" and advertised pups as sired by a K9.

I've heard of rumored litters where an officer apparently bred his department-owned K9 without his department's permission -- personally pocketing the stud fee. I can't say whether those rumors are true, but I'm 100% sure that our local K9 commander would want to know about this if any of his guys did it --he would *not* be a happy camper.
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Did you just mean American police dogs? My dog is sired by a Slovakian P.D. He has sired quite a few really nice litters.

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Not sure if it is still happening, Carmspack may know, but we have an RCMP kennel in this area and they used to sell the pups that didn't make the cut. It created a whole lot of "Police K9" breedings. Still a few people that are cashing in on the whole "parents from working K9 lines".
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I wonder what Slamdunk will say about this.

A police K9 that I admire has his own facebook page. He answers people's comments.
Here is Inga's message to him.
(Now, this is a joke. Inga is never going to have puppies). Besides, hes a Mal.


To Odin Coos County Sheriff's K9
December 28 at 10:56am ·

Dear Odin, I am a girl dog. Could we arrange a meeting? You would like my special perfume.
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If you visit Odin's FB page it says I'm feeling better and such like. Thats because Odin came down with an infection, not that he has defective joints. K-9 deputy Odin is back in business | Local News | theworldlink.com
Odin has made something like 57 arrests in the last 2 years.

Here is a page of police K9s, a lot of beautiful working dogs here. I especially like the one named "Prison"
The K9s | K9s4COPs

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I wonder if breeding a male police K9 puts their mind on other things. Like a stallion, can they go 'mare crazy'?

This is my stallion.

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My young female was sired by a police K9. The department decided to get rid of their police K9 program, so his breeder got him back. He is not a good house dog, though, so she has to choose carefully who she breeds him to.

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