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Russian military police plan to draft dogs

April 11, 2015, 22:42 UTC+3 MOSCOW
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MOSCOW, April 11. /TASS/. Russian military police plan to draft working dogs, deputy chief of the Russian Defence Ministry’s military police department Vladimir Kovalev told the Russian News Service radio station on Saturday.

"We have in mind the canine centre in the town of Dmitrov near Moscow for this purpose since the foreign armies’ experiences prove that dogs are widely used in military police," Kovalev said. "We have been to Kazakhstan, Slovakia and other countries where police dogs are used really efficiently. If one have a look at how any wrongdoer reacts to dogs, it becomes clear dogs are a good helping hand."

Dogs are expected to guard garrisons and military facilities, he said.

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