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Dogs in the KFS Military

July 8, 2012 Leave a comment

Background

Despite the Kentucky Free State’s attempts to portray itself as a high-tech nation, it cannot rely entirely on machinery.  It makes extensive use of animals (specifically dogs) for military purposes . Some carry messages, some help in patrolling, some do guard duty, some are trained locate injured personnel , and others are draft animals – tasked with  pulling or carrying supplies.

Dogs Selected

Several types of dogs are used.   Not all dogs selected have to be large or strong – but all must be capable of being trained.   The KFS has been fairly successful in establishing a number of breeds  and the current “Military Dog” is a medium-to-large animal with good natural camouflage and an outstandingly loyal temperament.  However, it is not the only type of dog used and some “Terrier” dogs are considered well-suited for “guard” and “first aid” roles.

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