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Question 1: ________ (SAR) - This dog is used to locate suspects or find missing persons or objects.
Search and rescue dogGerman Shepherd DogPolice dogObedience training

Question 2: ________ (sniff out bombs, sniff out drugs, sniff out foodstuffs)
English FoxhoundBeagleDachshundBasset Hound

Question 3: Police dogs are retired if they become injured or ________, are raising puppies, or are too old or sick to continue working.
Prenatal developmentPregnancyReproductive medicineSexual intercourse

Question 4: Official use of police dogs was recognized as being of value on the European Continent as early as 1859, with the Belgium Police in ________ using dogs to officially patrol with the night shift.

Question 5: ________ (sniff out bombs, sniff out drugs)
Labrador RetrieverEnglish Springer SpanielNova Scotia Duck-Tolling RetrieverGolden Retriever

Question 6: ________ (protect the officer, attack dog)
GermanyBorder CollieRottweilerAustralian Kelpie

Question 7: A police dog is a ________ that is trained specifically to assist police and other law-enforcement personnel in their work.
DogDog breedCoat (dog)Dog health

Question 8: With the outbreak of the ________, any further efforts to introduce dogs into a policing role in the UK were abandoned.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISoviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 9: In many countries, ________ are used in airports to sniff the baggage for items that are not permitted; due to their friendly nature and appearance, the Beagle does not worry most passengers[10].
BeagleBasset HoundDachshundEnglish Foxhound

Question 10: Debra Komar (________) in Association with the RCMP Civilian Search Dog Association in this area.
University of TorontoQueen's UniversityMcGill UniversityUniversity of Alberta


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