Russia Introduces Dog Armor For Police Dogs

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Since the death of French Police dog Diesel during the sting operation that led to Paris police nabbing the terrorist mastermind behind the November 13 Paris attacks, a Russian defence equipment company has released a line of bulletproof vests for police dogs.

These bullet proof vests will protect dogs from gunfires and bullets in dangerous situations. Dogs generally do not like wearing clothes (so please do not make them dress up just because it looks cute) but there are times of exception especially if you need a dog to sniff out a suspect that has long disappeared from a crime scene. In times like these, a bullet proof vest is needed.

‘At first, of course, the dog did not like the vest. Then gradually she realised that it was for her own good and protection,’ Vladimir Khitrykh said.

Professional: The armour has reportedly been designed by St. Petersburg-based Scientific Production Association of Special Materials (NPO), which was formed during the days of the Soviet Union as a specialist armoured materials laboratory

Professional: The armour has reportedly been designed by St. Petersburg-based Scientific Production Association of Special Materials (NPO), which was formed during the days of the Soviet Union as a specialist armoured materials laboratory

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Let’s hope the K9 units in all cities will implement these protective vests to ensure police dogs are well protected.

Original source:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3336660/Russia-unveils-body-armour-DOGS-following-death-police-hound-Diesel-Paris.html#ixzz3snE3UPvl

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0 thoughts on “Russia Introduces Dog Armor For Police Dogs

  • Stacey Ann

    (November 28, 2015 - 7:10 pm)

    Why does something always have to happen before we think of this stuff? Another example is an intersection or area of road being modified (usually a traffic light is erected) after a (fatal) accident, etc. Why can’t we think of this stuff before hand??? SMH

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