Taiwan's National Police Agency (NPA) K-9 unit has recruited some of the cutest dogs to help it monitor law and order problem, search drugs and explosives, locate missing people, find crime scene evidence, and protect their handlers.
A police dog, known in some English-speaking countries as a "K-9" or "K9" (a homophone of "canine"), is a dog that is specifically trained to assist police and other law-enforcement personnel. Police dogs are trained to remember several verbal cues and hand gestures.The most commonly used breeds are the German Shepherd and Belgian Malinois. German Shepherd Dogs and Belgian Malinois are most commonly used K-9 units because of their availability.
Coming back to Taiwan's NPA, the images of new dog recruits have gone viral.
WittyFeed brings you their images. Check them below.
The new arrivals at NPA'S K-9 unit are Fortunate Star, Full Moon, AJ, Sibling Schumann and Feida. They are so cute looking that they have taken the internet by storm. Their mother's name is Yellow.
"We hope that in the future the puppies can be like their mother Yellow, that they can pass through training successfully and enter the police force," the NPA said in a post on Facebook.
Although they're puppies now, they'll have far more pressing matters to deal with in future. Wait as they turn into the strongest dogs!
These sleepy puppies are about to start their training and will eventually have a serious role in the police force.
How could people not love something as cute as that? After all, they will eventually turn into the slough dogs like their parents and serve the police force.
These cute dogs will be trained in the Anti-Bomb, Drug Force and Blood Detection units to fight against crime and guard humanity against grisly acts.
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However, for now, the 1-month old babies are still more into sleeping and eating than preserving the law. Law will eventually be taken care of by them when the time arrives!
At times, Lucky Star falls asleep while eating, and then he would wake up suddenly.
They carry on eating and playing like nothing has happened...
Working to fight the bad guys is in their blood – both of their parents are sniffer dogs.
We hope these puppies will complete the training successfully and become useful agents against crime that a national force desires.
That's all fellas! Stay tuned!