Training treats for New Zealand police dogs.
A study is currently investigating training treats for New Zealand police dogs. The aims are to find out what percentage of the dogs’ diets are made up of training treats, and which training foods are best for New Zealand police dogs. This study has been performed by Sophie Cumming, a secondary student at Freyberg High School, and she is being mentored by Nick Cave and Vicki Erceg of the Working Dog Centre.
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Last updated on Friday 13 December 2019
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