a dog trained to assist the police.
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How to use police dog in a sentence
The police dog, they said, had found Franklin in the small, crowded basement, squeezed behind a hot-water heater near a staircase.
He told her he heard footsteps upstairs and what sounded like a police dog.
No police dogs turned on people, no billy clubs hitting people.Bucks, Pistons lead NBA protests of Jacob Blake decision, Capitol violence | Ben Golliver | January 7, 2021 | Washington Post
Just like the water hoses and police dogs of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, Floyd’s death presented evidence of senseless violence by law enforcement.How 2020 Will Go Down in the History Books, According to Historians | Olivia B. Waxman | December 23, 2020 | Time
Then Cherry’s police dog attacks the woman for almost 30 seconds, the video shows.
This wandering about I considered necessary in order to delay and perhaps bamboozle any police dog put on my track.13 Days | John Alan Lyde Caunter
He went into the house, and must have gone to his room, where the police dog had been shut up for hours in disgrace.Everyman's Land | C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
The picture is built around Strongheart, a magnificent police dog.Pieces of Hate | Heywood Broun
Captain Thénault labours away at the messroom piano, or in lighter mood plays with Fram, his police dog.Flying for France | James R. McConnell
A great police dog, straining at the leash, gave Walter a thrill of mingled admiration and timidity.Walter and the Wireless | Sara Ware Bassett
British Dictionary definitions for police dog
a dog, often a German shepherd dog, trained to help the police, as in tracking
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