Tuesday, 5 January 2010

CISF starts dog breeding center in Delhi

In view of the rising demand for sniffer dogs at airports and Delhi Metro and for the Commonwealth Games, the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Tuesday launched its own dog breeding and training centre.

CISF Director General N.R. Das inaugurated the breeding and training ground in Ghaziabad close to Delhi.

"The initiative has been taken to cater to the increased demands of sniffer dogs at bomb disposal squads at various airports all across the country, Delhi Metro and for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games in Delhi," said CISF spokesman Rohit Katiyar.

"Initially training will be given to 18 dogs by our men with the help of experts from the sister paramilitary organizations. We have procured best pedigreed pups of Labrador and Cocker Spaniel breeds and they would be trained for eight months before being deployed," he added.

The CISF has become the second paramilitary force after Border Security Force (BSF) to have a training centre for dogs. The force is deployed at all airports, Delhi Metro stations and establishments, and public undertaking units in the country.


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