Meet China's first corgi police dog

2024-04-04 ECNS App Download

Breaking stereotypes, Fu Zai, a six-month-old corgi, is ready to sniff out trouble as China's first police dog of this breed. 

After making his debut recently at the open day event held at a police camp in the city of Weifang in east China's Shandong Province, the adorable corgi went viral thanks to the iconic smiley face, cute "little short legs" and outstanding skills in bomb searching. 

At just two months old, Fu Zai had already demonstrated performance and capabilities that surpassed many police dogs of the same age. Wang Yanan, head of the police dog base at the Weifang public security bureau, described this lovely four-legged recruit as a dog that shows a "desire to advance." 

Despite being listed as a reserve police dog, Fu Zai still shoulders a substantial workload, engaging in training sessions that include obedience exercises, bomb searches and scent tracking, scheduled every morning and afternoon. 

Following four months of training, Fu Zai is now capable of crawling directly under vehicles for investigations, or smoothly entering narrow indoor spaces by taking advantage of his short legs and tiny body shape. 

However, as a newcomer, Fu Zai still requires further training to adapt to complex environments before assuming any official duties.


(Reported by Wang Feng; Edited by Wang Xiaoting)



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