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2018-12-28 09:19:03 chinadaily.com.cn Editor :Li Yan
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Xinqing is trained to pass obstacles under the direction of police officer Hao Zhongqiang at a training ground in Xinzhou city, Shanxi Province. (Photo by Yuan Haoxiang/ for chindaily.com.cn)

A police dog was trained Tuesday in a number of skills to aid police operations.

The training was carried out in Xinzhou city, North China\'s Shanxi Province.

The dog, named Xinqing or The Mood, has gained a number of skills, including passing obstacles, identifying objects, seeking out explosives and rescuing hostages.

In addition to basic commands like sit-down, lie-down and stop, qualified police dogs need to pass other training sessions such as searching explosives in luggage.

Xinqing is trained to pass obstacles under the direction of police officer Hao Zhongqiang at a training ground in Xinzhou city, Shanxi Province. (Photo by Yuan Haoxiang/ for chindaily.com.cn)

A police dog was trained Tuesday in a number of skills to aid police operations.

The training was carried out in Xinzhou city, North China's Shanxi Province.

The dog, named Xinqing or The Mood, has gained a number of skills, including passing obstacles, identifying objects, seeking out explosives and rescuing hostages.

In addition to basic commands like sit-down, lie-down and stop, qualified police dogs need to pass other training sessions such as searching explosives in luggage.

Xinqing clears an obstacle.

Xinqing clears an obstacle.

Xinqing working with Hao Zhongqiang.

Xinqing working with Hao Zhongqiang.

Xinqing is trained to work with fire under the direction of police officer Hao Zhongqiang.

Xinqing is trained to work with fire under the direction of police officer Hao Zhongqiang.

Hao Zhongqiang trains Xinqing to attack enemies.

Hao Zhongqiang trains Xinqing to attack enemies.

Xinqing is trained to rescue hostages.

Xinqing is trained to rescue hostages.

Xinqing learning to find objects.

Xinqing learning to find objects.

Xinqing plays with a police officer.

Xinqing plays with a police officer.

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