Dogs of war?

mr.sniper

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I know in the army there is, but is there in the royal marines a job as a dog trainer?
 

lord_carl

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nope. but i think if you attatch yourself to the army at HMS worrier they use gaurd dogs
 

alan wilson

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you must be barking to do that job.....





sorry....that was so *text deleted*...but i couldnt resist
 

biggnick

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sounds interesting. definatly gives me paws for thought......
 

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"Erf, erf", (said the dog)

There is a Military Police SQ within the Royal Marines, albeit relatively small.

I must confess that I'm not sure whether they have a dog section- it may bear further investigation, but I suspect if there is, it is a particularly small section. (Jack Russell sized, at most!)
 

ste preece

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Dogs

Guys, I served both at HMS Warrior and with the Royal Marines Police.

The RMP didn't have a dog section, but the Security Detachment at HMS Warrior did. The Dog Handlers did their training course at Melton Mowbrey.

I once got asked to do a dog baiters course. i.e. you wear a padded sleeve that the dog grabs hold of with its fierce jaw. My question was:

"What if it bites you on the arse." to which I was told it wouldn't. Anyway somebody else went in my place and guess what? It bit him on the arse. *text deleted* :shock: :D

Cheers

Steve
 
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