Types of sniffer dogs

Types of sniffer dogs There are many types of sniffer dogs, including the following:

The short-haired German dog is a pure-breed dog, characterized by solid legs and fast moving, has long ears and two, and the average age between 12 to 14 General, weighing between 25 and 31 kg, and a length of up to 58.42 cm, it is worth mentioning that it is also a guard dog, as it starts barking immediately after seeing a stranger.

This dog has been used since the Middle Ages for hunting and is considered one of the favorite dogs for the time being, because of its great ability to smell and distinguish the various smells. It is assisted by long ears that work to make odors on the ground. To search for missing persons or stray animals, the Hound commune lives for a maximum of

10 years and weighs between 36.36 and 45.45 kg, and its length ranges from 58.42 to 68.58 cm. Labrador is a medium-sized, pure-breed dog that lives between 10 and 13 years of age and weighs 31.82 to 36.36 kg. Its length ranges from 58.42 to 63.5 cm. Labrador has been classified as the best dog in cooperative work, Especially in the field of swimming with children, and these dogs have been trained in the police to distinguish the smell of drugs or bombs in a short period. Doperman The origin of this dog is in Germany, where it is used as a bodyguard, rescue and guidance. It is medium in size with strong muscles and strong structure. It has bright and soft hair.

It is active, energetic and fast. Daubermann weighs 27.27 to 36.36 kg. 71.12 cm, and the average age ranged from 10 to 13 years. Rott Wailer Rottweiler is characterized by the structure of his body muscle, strength, in addition to his loyalty and loyalty to the owner, usually used by investigators to solve difficult crimes, and lives between 8 to 10 years, and weigh between 45.45 to 59.09 kg, 60.96 to 68.58 cm. The German shepherd dog is

considered the most famous sniper dog, because of its great ability to attack, in addition to the instinct of search and rescue, apart from its love and loyalty to its owner during duty. [2] Police dogs Police forces use sniffer dogs throughout the world, benefiting from their own skills and abilities. These dogs have been divided into several branches, including: [3] Intervention dogs: whose mission is to search for criminals or wanted persons Justice, and

rescue of hostages, in addition to controlling chaos and riot. Explosive Detection Dogs: These dogs are usually placed in customs and checkpoints to look for smugglers. Criminal laboratory dogs: where they are used to search for corpses, forensic evidence, and identify criminals. Search and rescue dogs: that rescue people in avalanches, collapsed buildings, and others.

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