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Posted about 1 year ago

 

 Just seeing what others name their Mals. Getting a pup soon to train in narcotics and looking at names.

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 my dog isnt a narc dog, but his name is Ridgeway, after Gary Ridgeway.   the Green River Killer...

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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

Not a LEO) but I know one Border Patrol Agent whose Mal is named Alf. The New York State Police dont have Mals but name their dogs after fallen Troopers/ We just had an Agency in my area name their shepard after an officer from another local agency who was a LODD. I like that idea.

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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

We had one on our Department several years ago. His name was Nero.


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Rated +1 | Posted about 1 year ago

 

Single or two syllable name that is not a common human name.


If used for law enforcement purposes, you will need a name that will not offend the sensibilities of a jury when your report includes a use of force by a canine. A name like "Chopper", "Demon" or "Killer" would not be appropriate for a K9.


"Duke" was my favorite LEO K9 name. 


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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

Bump cops1521. IMHO, an excellent to tribute a fallen hero !!

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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

I had a Mal; not LE use dog, personal. My daughter, thinking her coat sparkled, named her Jewel, however she mostly went by the nickname I gave her. Her temperament was beyond unbelievable (not being a working dog) so as the smallest guy in the room is called tiny my Mal went by Monster.


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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

dieseltech says ...



 my dog isnt a narc dog, but his name is Ridgeway, after Gary Ridgeway.   the Green River Killer...


 


Why would you name your dog after a sadistic murderer??  


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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

I went here.  It's an enormous horse name list.  Saw some great names for dogs.


http://www.horses-and-horse-information.com/horsenames/a.shtml

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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

My choice of names would be Steve.

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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

I would think "Harry Barker".A friend of mine who wasn't very inovative just named his"Dog".Steve is also a fine name UncleD

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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

ya know dave, i knew a steve the dog,  great hiking dog.  I personally plan to name my next dog JACK after my later partner.  My last dogs name was COLT, so going on those lines, how about RUGER?

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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

Ruger sounds like a good one Mikie.Now if you were to get two dogs later you could name them Smith and Wesson.Speaking of Jack,a Jack Walker Terrier is a fine hunting dog.

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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

Meet Smoky the War Dog.  Given her fine service record, a thorough brushing before the pose-down was in order.


As for the Belgian Malinois...I've always preferred Sergeant.  That way, you can call him TheSarge for short. 



 


Smoky, the Yorkie Doodle Dandy


Smoky, a tiny Yorkshire Terrier, was found in a foxhole in the New Guinea jungle, bedraggled and starving, how she got there no one knows. As Bill Wynne tells it:


 Smoky was found in the jungle foxhole by Ed Downey a friend ,who not liking dogs gave it to motor pool Sgt. Dare from whom I bought her the next day for two Australian pounds ($6.44 American) so Dare could get back in a poker game.


Smoky went with Wynne from then on and, in the course of eighteen months of combat with the 26th Photo Recon Sq., of the 6th Photo Recon Group, 91st Photo Recon Wing, 5th Air Force, Smoky was credited with twelve combat missions and awarded eight battle stars. YANK magazine named Smoky, "Champion Mascot of the Southwest Pacific Area in 1944."


But Smoky was more than a mascot. She became a war dog on Luzon in January 1945 when a taxistrip had to be crossed by a communications cable, requiring a culvert to be dug up. That three day job would put the strip out of action, exposing planes to Japanese bombing. Smoky solved the problem by pulling a string with the wires attached through an eight inch pipe under the runway, climbing through piles of sand accumulated along the 70 foot length.

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Rate This | Posted about 1 year ago

 

 How about Hero .