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  1. New Rodenticide Without Antidote Alarms Pet Toxicology Experts New rodenticide without antidote alarms pet toxicology experts 2008 EPA regulations may have unintended but dangerous consequences. Jan 29, 2013 By: Julie Scheidegger DVM NEWSMAGAZINE   Fluffy got into the rat poison in the garage?…read more about New Rodenticide Without Antidote Alarms Pet Toxicology Experts
  2. NAPWDA K9 Valor & Officer Down Memorial Page - IMPORTANT MESSAGE!   North American Police Work Dog Association “Dedicated to Assisting Police Work Dog Teams Throughout the World”   To: NAPWDA Regular Members   Regarding: NAPWDA K9’s Killed in Line of Duty   September…read more about NAPWDA K9 Valor & Officer Down Memorial Page - IMPORTANT MESSAGE!
  3. K-9 Workshop Brings 100 Teams To The Area K-9 Workshop Brings 100 Teams To The Area by Amanda Thomas / Douglas County Sentinel Douglas County Sentinel   K-9 teams from throughout the state will be in Douglasville this week for the 2012 North American Police Work Dog Association Georgia State Workshop. The…read more about K-9 Workshop Brings 100 Teams To The Area
  4. Police Need K9 Certification, Helps Prosecution Police Need K9 Certification, Helps Prosecution By: Anthony Mirones, Anthony.Mirones@wcpo.com WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. - The Grant County Sheriff's Office in Williamstown, Ky. hosted the North American Police Word Dog Association (NAPWDA) workshops and training for the…read more about Police Need K9 Certification, Helps Prosecution
  5. More Than Man's Best Friend More than man's best friend Leah Stinson, Echo Press Intern - 09/07/2012 Alexandria, MN 56308             Sharolyn Sievert and Tam Bukowski cruise across Lake Louise on a warm summer night with…read more about More Than Man's Best Friend
  6. Autopsy Results for Lee County S.O. K9 09:00 PM, Monday, July 30 Results from the autopsy of a canine officer from the Lee County Sheriff’s Department have come in. Lee County Sheriff Gary Parsons reports that canine unit Chase died from a gunshot wound. Chase disappeared on July 16. The body was found along Rt.…read more about Autopsy Results for Lee County S.O. K9
  7. Chicago Land SAR Group Helps NAPWDA ILLINOIS and WISCONSIN SAR Group Helps NAPWDA Memorial Fund   2012 - Jenni Bidner and the Illinois and Wisconsin SAR group took advantage of Purina Care Pet Health Insurance offer to NAPWDA members and signed up their canine partners for a health insurance…read more about Chicago Land SAR Group Helps NAPWDA
  8. K9 Handler Needs Our Help ASAP! K9 Handler Needs Our Help ASAP! SFC Weary, Carlisle Barracks K9 As some of you may have heard, one of our own has been recently been diagnosed with cancer. Howie Weary, SFC, Carlisle Barracks PD, went in for his routine yearly physical when his doctors found swollen…read more about K9 Handler Needs Our Help ASAP!
  9. 2011 Workshop has Local Economic Impact 2011 NAPWDA Georgia Fall State Workshop Huge Success K-9 workshop has local economic impact. by Amanda Thomas/Douglas County Sentinel Although an exact dollar amount on the economic impact of last week?s K-9 certification workshop isn?t available, a county official…read more about 2011 Workshop has Local Economic Impact
  10. Accelerant Detection Canines - An Underutilized Tool Accelerant Detection Canines (ADCs) were first introduced to the fire service in 1986 by James Butterworth and the Connecticut State Police. In actuality ADCs do not sniff for accelerants, they sniff for ignitable liquids. An Accelerant, as defined by the National Fire Protection…read more about Accelerant Detection Canines - An Underutilized Tool
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