10 Working Dogs PLR Articles that come with private label rights. In TXT format so they are easy to use. Include the following article titles and word counts:
Detection Dogs - 457
Guard Dogs - 434
Herding Dogs - 454
Hunting Dogs - 419
Medical Response Dogs - 470
Police Dogs - 452
Rescue Dogs - 473
Service Dogs - 453
Sled Dogs - 453
Therapy Dogs - 431
Detection dogs are trained to detect even minute amounts of key substances. These substances range from drugs to cadavers to peanuts (yes, peanuts!). Bomb dogs and explosives dogs are trained to sniff out dangerous items in airplane luggage, cars, buildings, and anywhere a threat is suspected. Because the number and types of detection dogs are so numerous, this article will focus on a few of the main types of detection dogs.
The guard dog or watch dog has one of the most ancient types of canine relationships with humans. It's been conjectured that guard duty was the dog's first job with humans - it may be that the dog was originally domesticated because humans needed an animal to keep away other predators. Perhaps they noticed that many wild creatures feared the wolf, so they domesticated wolves in order to use this to their advantage.
Herding dogs encompass an entire group of dog breeds, all bred with specific characteristics. Herding dogs may be large or small, from the little Shetland Sheepdog ("Sheltie") to the big, bobtailed Old English Sheepdog. They must display the ability to keep other animals together, and this instinct is inborn.
The term "medical response dog" refers to a dog that is trained to alert its owner before the owner's medical condition becomes active. Sometimes they are called service dogs, but this general description does not really refer to medical response dogs, which are a specific type of service dog. Such a dog is more than a pet, and some handlers are clear that a medical response dog is not a pet at all. Rather, a medical response dog is not unlike a professional worker.
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