Stray Dog, Trained By Uttarakhand Police, Outperforms Other Breeds

"This stray dog who used to roam the streets is now the price of Uttarakhand Police's dog squad," the police force tweeted.

Stray Dog, Trained By Uttarakhand Police, Outperforms Other Breeds

A stray dog was trained and recruited by Uttarakhand Police.

A stray dog that was trained by Uttarakhand Police and recruited to their dog squad is now outperforming every other canine there. For years now, police forces in the country have been training foreign breeds like German shepherds and Labradors to sniff out explosives and work as guard dogs. In a tweet on Sunday, Uttarakhand Police said that for the first time, it trained a stray dog, and he is now the pride of the dog squad.

"Galiyon mein ghumne vaala awara doggy aaj Uttarakhand Police ke shwan dal ki shaan bana hua hai (This stray dog who used to roam the streets is now the price of Uttarakhand Police's dog squad)," they wrote on Twitter, sharing photos of the dog in question.

They added that with police training, the stray dog is outperforming dogs of other breeds, often worth lakhs.

Uttarakhand Police followed the tweet up with a video that has received a lot of love on social media. The video shows the police force's sniffer dog squad participating in a hurdle race. The stray dog, who appears at the end, jumps over all the hurdles easily to loud applause from the audience.

The posts have garnered a number of comments online, with many praising Uttarakhand Police for recruiting strays.

Earlier this year, a stray dog named Asha, rescued by West Bengal police, emerged as the top dog in an elite bomb- and drug-sniffing squad.

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