K-9 critical care course kicks off in Conn.

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Post by NHGF [Feed] » Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:03 am

By PoliceOne Staff HARTFORD, Conn. — Officers and their K-9s were among the first to partake in a special training in May. According to FOX 61, ten officers and their four legged partners began a course that helps teach handlers lifesaving tactics for their partners. Using a simulated canine named “Axel,” the handlers were taught how to administer emergency care. “The object is to provide canine handlers and canine handlers to be life saving measures for their dogs, to provide immediate medicine for them,” Connecticut State Trooper Phil Soucy said.



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