Dogs are important for the Secret Service of the White House


The intruder itself, Dominic Adesanya, 23, of Bel Air, was charged by the Federal Authorities not only with several counts of resisting/unlawful entry and one count of making threats in connection with the incident but with felony charges of assaulting law-enforcement officers, in this case the officers being the two dogs, Hurricane and Jordan, a pair of Belgian Malinois. This is a canin bread agreed to work on the Secret Service after many tests. The two dogs received a day off work as a reward for their work Wednesday. As related, Jordan, 5, “enjoys walks around White House” and that Hurricane, 6, “enjoys playing with his Kong toy.” The Secret Service began its canine program in 1975 because it was found to be the most effective way of detecting explosives, dogs being helpful in many other situations. In the last incident the two dogs knocked the man to the ground and bit him, officers moving in and arresting him. The dogs were treated by a veterinarian for minor bruising suffered in the tussle with the alleged jumper Fans of Hurricane and Jordan on the social network suggested Thursday that the doggy duo be awarded a presidential medal.


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