This Police Dog Is So Well Trained, He Can Do Just About Anything
The use of police dogs in law enforcement has existed since at least the Middle Ages, when bloodhounds were used to track down criminals. With incredibly heightened senses of smell and hearing, they have a significant advantage over human efforts when it comes to work involving detection. With this in mind, modern police dogs have been trained to do even more specialized work, such as detecting the presence of drugs, arson, explosives, and dead bodies. It has been shown that some dogs have noses so sensitive that it can detect bodies submerged under running water. The video you are about to see shows just how trainable police dogs are in doing police work. It's a neat little trick that will make you wish your pet could do this.