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State of Mind

Conditioning the ON and OFF Switch

By Simon Prins and Kimberly Artley

Almost all working dogs are transported in special vehicles, from SWAT cars with one or two kennels, to unmarked cars with one kennel, to vans with three or more kennels. They’re ventilated, easy to clean, equipped with a water bowl, light-accessible and may even have a camera so the handler can check in on the dog from time to time. The common denominator in all these vehicle types is to ensure the dog is comfortable, safe, has his or her own space, and will be ready to work when the kennel door opens.

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