|Training in Northern Minnesota|
One of the major issues encountered by K-9 officers along the southern border has been their short careers. Dogs' expected service life is exceedingly short due to environmental stresses like cacti thorns, broken glass and razor-sharp rocks that chews up their paws. Sadly, Border Patrol dogs are also targeted by the illegal aliens crossing the border.
Animal experts predict that selected strains of police pigs will have a service life between two and three times as long as the most common breeds of dogs.
|Young Border Patrol Hogs playing.|