The series will cover drug raids; dog attacks and dog bites; roaming and unregistered mutts, loved lost pets reunited with their owners; abandoned strays being successfully put up for adoption… and more! Dog Patrol faithfully follows all aspects of the job about which the Animal Control Officers are so passionate.
Dog Patrol will give viewers a warts-and-all frontline experience of the trials, tribulations and the many triumphs of the day-to-day world of the Animal Control Officers – and the antics of the dogs that make their work-day so interesting!
Dog Patrol is a 10 part television series produced by Greenstone Pictures for TV3. The series is focused on the work of the Animal Control Officers based in South Auckland; following this dedicated team of animal-lovers as they go about their incredibly varied day-to-day work.
There are a total of 240 active police dogs in Denmark. They are ranked in three groups: Group-1, Group-2, Group-3. Group-1: is for the very experienced, and highly trained dogs. Typical in the age of 4–8 years old. These dogs are used for: Patrolling, Search and Rescue, biological evidence searching and major crimes investigations. Group-2 dogs is used for the same as Group-1 dogs except for major crimes investigations and biological evidence searching. Group-3 dogs is the first rank. and the dogs are only used for patrolling. The Danish police have used police dogs since 1907. the only approved dog is a German Shepherd. There are only male dogs in the police. The dog patrolling cars are only station cars.
|Sirius Dog Sled Patrol
|Active||1941 – present|
|Allegiance||Kingdom of Denmark|
|Garrison/HQ||Daneborg (74° 18'N 20° 14'W)|
|Engagements||World War II|