Practice Makes Perfection: Meet Trooper Lott and K-9 Rudy | WJMN

MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WJMN) – Members of the Michigan State Police meet with their K-9 counterparts once a week to make sure each of their skills stays sharp.

“In regards to us or even different handlers, it says team on our car because we are a team literally,” said Trooper Kyle Lott, K-9 Handler of the Michigan State Police. said. “It’s not just the dog, it’s not just the handler, we’re both working in a team atmosphere. We have to be able to read the dog and the dog has to be able to trust us and give us input.”

K-9 Rudy and TPr. Lott is trained in seven different areas to ensure that they can complete any task to ensure it is done right.

“Myself and K-9 Rudy are both trained in surveillance, drugs, building searches, property searches, docile and aggressive area searches,” said TPr. Lott said. “There is a lot of work to be done and we are dedicated. We will not give up and it is very important that the public can count on us and know that we will get the job done, whatever they need from us. ”

K-9 Rudy, a nearly 2 year old German Shepard from Hungary who loves his job almost loves his reward after a job well done.

“His biggest thing is that he loves the ball,” Trp. Lott said. “The little rubber ball you guys saw at the end is like his main reward.”

This job isn’t just a dream come true for K-9 Rudy.

“I’ve wanted this job since I was a kid,” says TPr. Lott. “I remember watching TV shows and talking to other handlers about it. It is an absolute pleasure and honor to leave this unit. ”

DIGITAL Citation – Watch Trooper Lott and K-9 Rudy run their complete track training from the perspective of Trooper Lott.

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Emma Bowman

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