He just points his finger! And then, an AWESOME thing happened

1-31-2015 1-44-01 PM

In that video we will see a very nice K9 dog, his handler police officer just has to point his finger to instruct him, he points his finger to direct him, so he can get in and out the police car by himself. This specie of dogs is very useful and helpful, just they need the suitable training to be able to do that great things. We can imagine if there are a lot of this trained dogs in our life, of course they will change it. I see that all German Sheppard owners are very lucky to have that dog. We can observe how is it very obedient to his handler, Is there any human can understand you when you only point your finger.

1-31-2015 1-44-23 PM

Do you know that The First K9 Police dogs Were German Shepherds; German Shepherds were used in World War I, World War II, The Korean War, and the Vietnam War. They are a historical breed and are well known for their size, superior intelligence, and work ethic. The second most common breed of police dog is a Belgian Malinois. They are similar to German Shepherds, but are smaller and sleeker. They are all imported from Europe, where they’re used for herding sheep. These dogs are well known for their endurance, speed, intelligence, and high intensity.K9 Officers Can Differentiate Between Identical Twins. Identical twins are pretty hard to tell apart, even for parents! Although “identical” may not be the appropriate term. They differ slightly in their genes, allowing them to have different fingerprints. It is hard for humans to see these little differences, because we use our eyes.

1-31-2015 1-44-47 PM

Almost everyone knows that dogs have a better sense of smell than us, but do you know why? Well, when dogs breathe in through their nose a flap separates the incoming air. Part of the air goes in for respiration while the other part goes to the olfactory (smelling) sensors. They have individual sections of the nose for each function! Humans just have one section for all functions of the nose. In simple terms, “10,000 times more acute” means they can smell things we simply cannot. One example is if we were given a cup of coffee, we might be able to smell if there is teaspoon of sugar in it. A dog could smell a teaspoon of sugar in a million gallons of water. Researchers have found that trained dogs are able to use their noses to tell the difference between identical twins!

Really I love this specie of dogs. Share this video for that super smart dog.