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Service Dog Center will be opened in Nizhny Novgorod



Dogs will be trained to search for drugs, explosive and corps.



31.Oct.14 6:33 PM
By Elena Tkachenko
Photo ftp.rosteck.ru

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Service Dog Center will be opened in Nizhny Novgorod
Official opening ceremony of new service dog center took place in Nizhny Novgorod yesterday on the 30th of October. The administrative building has already been commissioned. At the same time training rooms, gyms, shooting range, canteen, vet service and other objects are also ready to accept the first students of the center.

About 130 enclosures are prepared for animals in accordance with available information. It has all necessary conditions and facilities for animals even for winter periods. Dogs will be trained to search for explosive, drugs and corps.

Deputy Home Secretary of Russian Federation Alexander Gorovoy has also taken part in the official opening ceremony of new center. He paid attention to the fact that this new complex will make it possible to widen abilities and opportunities for developing of service fog sphere. He also noted that Nizhny Novgorod has a great potential which needs to be used. Construction of 12 additional dog service centers is planned in the nearest future.

It should also be mentioned that Vladimir Putin has already paid our attention to the fact that dogs are considered to be the most reliable mean to fight terrorism and other crimes. That is why the President has ordered to develop service dog centers due to the fact that none of the modern technique is able to perform 100% correct and accurate operation apart from dogs.




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