Bradshaw’s K9 Blog

News, Updates and Training Articles from Jerry Bradshaw, CEO/Training Director.

Drive Neutrality for Police Dogs

Drive Neutrality for Police Dogs- Keep your K9 Composed and Focused Written by Jerry Bradshaw PDF- Drive Neutrality Suppose you roll up on a scene—perhaps there’s been a robbery or a violent domestic—with a fleeing, unsearched felony subject, and as the … Continue reading Drive Neutrality for Police Dogs

Find and Bark vs. Find and Bite REVISITED

Article by Jerry Bradshaw • The .pdf version (12mb) from “The Journal” • Dispatch alerts the K9 Unit that a homeowner sees a man fitting the description of the suspect in a nearby liquor store robbery: Caucasian, male, jeans, red baseball cap, and running into … Continue reading Find and Bark vs. Find and Bite REVISITED

Science News Article: “Mimics do not substitute for the ‘real thing’ for bomb-sniffing dogs”

Summary:  Canines trained on pseudo-explosives could not reliably identify the genuine article (and vice versa). When it comes to teaching dogs how to sniff out explosives, there’s nothing quite like the real thing to make sure they’re trained right. Date: … Continue reading Science News Article: “Mimics do not substitute for the ‘real thing’ for bomb-sniffing dogs”