With a one-word command or even just a hand movement, K-9 trainer Robert Zembrzuski has his dog, Milo, at his side. Well… sort of. Actually, in a rather unusual move, Milo positions himself in-between Zembrzuski’s legs – and keeps up with his handler’s every move. Zembrzuski explained that to have Milo trained in such a position is useful in close quarter situations. Equally impressive is the fact that Zembrzuski never once got tripped up.
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