Netizens Laud Bengaluru Police's Initiative To Train Stray Dog For Canine Unit

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In a viral video doing rounds on social media, a video of a dog being trained to join the Bengaluru Police has impressed the netizens.

Written By Varsha Chavan | Mumbai | Updated On:
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In a viral video doing rounds on social media, a video of a stray dog being trained to join the Bengaluru Police has impressed the netizens. The video posted by Bhaskar Rao, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru City on his Twitter handle shows a glimpse of his happy little pooch named Pooja being trained. 

In the 45-second video, the little dog can be seen of standing and sitting at the command given by her handler. She was also seen giving high-five to him.

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The video has left social media buzzing with reactions. A few of the netizens have even lauded the officer for his efforts.

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