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  1. Ready to be bonded with a suitably experienced handler/owner. This dog has strong natural defence & offence civil drives, he has been developed on man work and is not aid focused- he is a serious dog that is suitable for street work (law enforcement/security/pp) This dogs civil drives make him unsuitable for sporting- or any play based sports. He is balanced in temperament, willing and workable...he has good play drives and excellent focus. A very confident, strong nerved dog who has passed assessments on the street, multiple helper, in buildings and in other high distraction environments. He has been handled by both women and men, and shown stability. Vet work, hip and elbow score. DM test and DNA profiling is completed and up to date. Registered Pedigree with main papers. If you a looking for a large dog with uncapped potential, this is your boy. Contact email : rcox@ozemail.com.au
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  3. Security Dog Handler 25th to 28th of July CPPSEC3010A Manage Dogs for Security Functions CPPSEC3011A Manage Dogs for Security Patrols These units may form part of the licensing requirements for persons engaged in the management of guard dogs in those states and territories where these are regulated activities. Competency requires legal and operational knowledge applicable to relevant sectors of the security industry. The knowledge and skills described in these units are to be applied within relevant legislative and organisational guidelines These units are applicable to the following persons: Security Officers wanting to be licensed as a Security Dog Handler Dog handlers who wish to refresh their knowledge and learn more skills Dog enthusiasts that wish to learn how to safely handle and manage a working security dog CPPSEC3010A – Manage Dogs for Security Functions This unit of competency specified the outcomes required to train and care for dogs used for security assignments. It requires the ability to select dogs based on breed drives and behaviours, implement appropriate training methods, and maintain the health and welfare requirements of the dog. This unit of competency has application in the security industry in those roles the management of guard dogs. CPPSEC3011A – Handle Dogs for Security Patrol This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to handle and maintain dogs used for security assignments. It includes both the skills required to handle security dogs as well as the knowledge of where, when and how these skills are used. This unit of competency has application in the security industry in those roles the handling of guard dogs. These units are delivered by Industry Professionals that are committed to delivering a high quality course to ensure best practice methods for Security Dog Handlers will present the workshop for the two above listed Units of Competency. all 0400 741 660 for more details or visit Dogs At Work
  4. POLICE sniffer dogs trained to spot terrorists at railway stations may no longer come into contact with Muslim passengers – after complaints that it is against the suspects’ religion. A report for the Transport Department has raised the prospect that the animals should only touch passengers’ luggage because it is considered “more acceptable”. In the Muslim faith, dogs are deemed to be spiritually “unclean”. But banning them from touching passengers would severely restrict their ability to do their job. The report follows trials of station security measures in the wake of the 2005 London suicide bomb attacks. In one trial, some female Muslims said the use of a body scanner was also unacceptable because it was tantamount to being forced to strip. British Transport Police last night insisted it would still use sniffer dogs – which are trained to detect explosives – with any passengers regardless of faith, but handlers would remain aware of “cultural sensitivities”. Critics said the complaints were just the latest example of minority religions trying to force their rules and morals on British society. Tory MP Philip Davies said: “As far as I am concerned, everyone should be treated equally in the face of the law and we cannot have people of different religious groups laying the law down. I hope the police will go about their business as they would do normally.” News of the security setback came as the Government yesterday admitted that installing 100 per cent airport-style screening at rail and Tube stations was “not feasible”. Instead extra sniffer dogs and X-ray machines will be used to search passengers. During the trials, passengers stopped in London had the exterior of their bags checked by dogs. But in Brighton, dogs patrolled the station concourse and were walked past passengers by their handlers. The report concluded: “The use of sniffer dogs was generally problem­atic for Muslim respondents on rel­igious grounds if there was the potential for the dog to make direct contact with them.” When Muslims have washed for certain forms of worship, they would have to repeat the ritual if they came into contact with a dog. One young Asian man told re­searchers: “We are not supposed to have dogs. It is against our religion.” Another Asian man said: “I don’t mind dogs in the park or walking near me, but sniffer dogs? I don’t think that’s right, on the station, the way they use them.” Massoud Shadjareh, chairman of the Islamic Human Rights Com­mission, said even dogs touching baggage would be an issue for a Muslim preparing to pray. But he stressed that it should be easy to allow dogs to check passengers without physical contact. “There is a way of dealing with this and we just need to be sensitive,” he said. In another trial on the Heathrow Express platform at Paddington station in London, there were inst­ances when the body scan – which creates an image on a monitor – was considered unacceptable by female Muslims, the report said. One Muslim woman complained: “Sometimes I wear clothing which is not so tight. It will be shown on (the monitor) and somebody is looking at it. It defeats the whole purpose of me covering up.” The report, on five rail security trials in 2006, also showed that some Asians and black people felt they could be selected for tests because of their ethnicity. A Transport Department spokes­man said the use of sniffer dogs was a matter for the police. But he stressed that the report was only a conclusion of passengers’ views. A British Transport Police spokes­man said sniffer dogs would continue to be used with any passenger but officers would be considerate where appropriate. He added: “We are obviously aware of, and sensitive to, cultural sensitivities. BTP officers do have the power to stop and search anyone under Section 44 of the Terrorism Act. “This also covers the use of dog handlers and dogs, which are used to ‘indicate’ any substance they have been trained to detect. “As a force we obviously look at any or all feedback about how people from all faiths and backgrounds view the use of dogs, and how we can incorporate that into how the dogs and their handlers interact with people.” Announcing new security measures to screen Tube and mainline rail passengers, the Government said yesterday that surveys had shown the public would be unlikely to accept major delays to journeys. People also wanted to ensure their personal privacy was protected. British Transport Police said it was enhancing its existing stop and search capabilities with the use of X-ray equipment for screening bags, along with the deployment of more sniffer dogs. It said a proportion of passengers and their bags would be searched with minimal delay and inconvenience to the public. Transport Minister Tom Harris said: “We will continue to work with British Transport Police and rail operators to assess the effectiveness and impact of these new measures. “We will use this evidence, and that from elsewhere in the UK and abroad, to develop further ways of keeping the travelling public secure using proportionate measures.” http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/50071/Sniffer-dogs-offend-Muslims
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  7. Gutsy German shepherd saves SAS lives when troops were ambushed by ISIS in northern Iraq A HEROIC German shepherd has reportedly saved the lives of a group of SAS fighters facing off against ISIS in Iraq. The Special Forces team were ambushed by a group of ISIS fighters when the Alsatian attacked two jihadis. The furry fighter escaped the battle unhurt and has been hailed a hero by troops after saving the British team’s lives. The brave pooch is thought to have been trained by the US Army. The military operation took place last month on the Kurdish border. It is believed that the SAS soldiers were returning from a 10 day training programme for Peshmerga fighters. The pup was travelling with the group of British soldiers in a convoy of four vehicles. The unsuspecting troops were caught unawares when they were trapped by a group of jihadis. The convoy was hit by a homemade bomb as around 50 ISIS fighters attacked. Leaving their vehicles to take cover, the SAS were split up between three areas. When the British forces attempted to move out, jihadis attacked them from behind. A US soldier travelling with the convoy let the heroic pup off the leash. The angry dog ran snarling towards the enemy fighters. The first jihadi was bitten on the neck and face. The dog slashed at the second fighter’s arm and leg. The two ISIS fighters ran away in terror after being savaged by the Germand Shepherd A source told the Daily Star Sunday: “Military dogs sometimes accompany the SAS on operations. They are often used in strike operations and may well enter a building before any troops. “The Alsatian was with the team in a training role but when the troops came under fire it was desperate to get involved. “It could sense the tension and had an overpowering urge to protect it’s handler and the other troops. “When the dog was unleashed it went after the greatest threat without consideration for its own safety – this is what they are trained to do. “A snarling Alsatian running at you is very frightening and probably not something the jihadis had encountered. The dog did its job and returned to its handler with its tail wagging.” US air support meant that the stranded SAS troops could get to safety. It is thought that this is the first time that an attack dog has been used to directly save soldiers’ lives in Iraq and Afghanistan. https://www.thesun.co.uk/archives/news/1165606/gutsy-german-shepherd-saves-sas-lives-when-troops-were-ambushed-by-isis-in-northern-iraq/
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