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Paw-some! In a first, Uttarakhand Police trains stray for their dog squad

The 1.14-minute clip, which has gone viral on social media, shows the canine squad jumping through hurdles and performing acrobatic stunts. In the end, the stray dog is seen going through the paces.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 19, 2019 5:49:19 pm
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After a brown dog, named Asha, became the first Indian breed to join West Bengal Police force, another stray is being trained to be part of Uttarakhand Police’s canine squad. A video shared by the official Twitter account of the Uttarakhand police department shows the stray dog performing tricks at an event along with its trainer.

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The Uttarakhand Police said for the first time it was training a street dog to join its canine squad, where mostly foreign breeds like German Shepherds and Labradors are preferred to sniff out explosives and drugs.

The 1.14-minute clip, which has gone viral on social media, shows the canine squad jumping through hurdles and performing acrobatic stunts. In the end, the stray dog is seen going through the paces.

Once shared online, the video triggered several reactions, with many lauding the police department for the move. “Great step, please keep uploading videos like these,” wrote a user on the viral post.

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