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The Survey for Environmental Management of Korea Detector Dog
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  • Journal title : Journal of Animal Environmental Science
  • Volume 20, Issue 4,  2014, pp.177-182
  • Publisher : Korean Association for Livestock Housing and Environment
  • DOI : 10.11109/JAES.2014.20.4.177
 Title & Authors
The Survey for Environmental Management of Korea Detector Dog
Lee, Eun-Chae; Jeong, Ha-Jeong; Hwang, Seong-Gu; Lee, Sang-Rak;
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 Abstract
This research was conducted to grasp the present condition of environmental management relating to Korea detector dogs that performed their duties such as detection and lifesaving. We directly conducted a survey throughout visit to five government agencies. In environmental management case, average length and width of kennels were 1.78 m and 3.50 m, respectively. Types of floor were searched as coating cement, tile, ucrete and concrete. Most of government agencies ventilated kennels using ventilation fan systems with natural ventilation. But there were differences between government agencies in frequencies of the sanitary management items. On the other side, major diseases of the German shepherd breed as a major detector dog were in order of arthritis, measles, earache, and dermatosis. And their daily training time was average 4 hours. Finally, it is thought that these results could be used as a basic data of standard breeding management manual of Korea detector dog.
 Keywords
Detector dog;Environment;Facility;Sanitation;Standard breeding management manual;
 Language
Korean
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