|Friday, Dec 28, 2007|
Coronado National Memorial is looking for a home for a three-and-a-half year old, full-breed German Shepard trained in narcotics detection. Due to his handler transferring to another agency, the park will not be continuing its drug dog program.
The dog was acquired from Holland via the Kasseburg Kennels in New Market, Alabama, and may have had Schutzhund training in Holland. He has an international passport and all immunizations, including the one for kennel cough. He also has hip X-rays and knows basic obedience.
He is certified by the National Narcotic Detector Dog Association, but that is a team certificate and will not be valid once he is separated from his handler. The dog has been to the US Border Patrol K-9 school, where he received very high marks from the training staff.
If interested, contact Matt Stoffolano, the parkâs chief ranger, at 520-366-5515 ext. 42, or Kym Hall, superintendent, at 520-366-5515 ext. 21. Serious inquiries only, please.