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    Default Dog performs CPR on officer.....

    I've seen trained police dogs, in fact I owned one in Chicago. This is amazing.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujUHTbSIT6g
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    Default Re: Dog performs CPR on officer.....

    The comments seem to think this is cute or adorable. I see it as a remarkably well trained rescue dog. Am I naive? Note the dog gets a reward after the action.
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    Default Re: Dog performs CPR on officer.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Islander View Post
    The comments seem to think this is cute or adorable. I see it as a remarkably well trained rescue dog. Am I naive? Note te dg gets a reward after the action.
    I originally caught this as a morning TV news item, and the commentator said something to the effect that it may have just been a stunt???, so therefore, I kept it contained to the HH humor forum. Either way, I thought it had a certain level of humor.

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