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Furry Ball of Energy Joins University Of Arkansas Police Department

Black German Shepherd Detects Explosives

Posted: December 30, 2013 at 5 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO MICHAEL WOODS 
Cpl. Chris Krodell and his police dog partner Orry with the University of Arkansas Police Department pose for a photo Friday at Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville. Orry is the newest police dog in the UA Police Department.
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STAFF PHOTO MICHAEL WOODS Cpl. Chris Krodell and his police dog partner Orry with the University of Arkansas Police Department pose for a photo Friday at Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville. Orry is the newest police dog in the UA Police Department.

Cpl. Chris Krodell described his new partner at the University of Arkansas Police Department as “a ball of energy.”

At A Glance

Registration Papers

The German Shepherd Breed Club in Europe will issue registration papers on a dog if the following requirements are met:

Working titles on both parents

Both parents are required to have an endurance title

Both parents must have certified elbow, hip score and DNA on file

Both parents must have a show title

Both parents must have a breed survey

A breed warden must visit the litter, and they must be tattooed by the German Shepherd Breed Club, with an assigned number.

Source: Von der Haus Gill German Shepherds & Police K9 Academy

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