More than 35 K-9 law enforcement agencies to gather at Douglas County, GA

Image: vigilantcanine.com This Thursday and Friday the Douglas County Sheriff's…

Image: vigilantcanine.com

This Thursday and Friday the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department’s K-9 Unit will be hosting a two-day muzzle and tactical training techniques course.

More than 35 K-9 teams from across the metro Atlanta area are scheduled to attend this free training put on by Vigilant Canine Services International, out of California.

“This is the first training class of its kind in Georgia,” Lt. Michael Barnhill said, organizer of the event. “We’re happy and proud that our department is able to host this. We already utilize muzzle training but we want to learn more about some of the tactical training with the decoy agitator suit.”

Learn more about the event from John Barker’s article at Douglasville Patch.

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