By Capt. Jay Taylor, Eighth Army Public AffairsApril 18, 2011
YONGSAN GARRISON, South Korea - Members of the 142nd Military Police Company here demonstrated the effectiveness of Military Working Dogs to visiting Canadian soldiers April 18.
The Canadians troops are visiting South Korea and assisting the United Nations Honor Guard and received a private demonstration of the working dogs at the Collier Baseball Complex.
The dogs impressed everyone as the Canadians dressed in protective gear and participated in the day's training.
"The dogs see all the people and the protective suits and get amped up," said Staff Sgt. James A. Duff as his dog stood shaking with excitement as soldiers suited up.
The dogs spent the morning chasing the Canadians as they ran and stopped them with bites to the protected arms and backs.