Two K9 Squad’s sisters of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) have given birth to 17 Malinois pups at ITBP’s elite National Training Centre for Dogs in Panchkula, Haryana. Both dog mothers are currently taking care of their children in this ITBP breeding center.
Watch the video of 17 Malinois pups:
Sister K9s dogs Olga and Oleshya are 5-year-old members of the ITBP’s K9 Squad and their father, K9 Gala, is also currently serving in the ITBP. Olga gave birth to 9 dog children on 26 September while Oleshya gave birth to 8 pups on 4 October who would become part of the central paramilitary forces in the future. For this, requests from several forces have also started coming to the ITBP.
The ITBP was the first force that started using K9 dogs in Chhattisgarh campaigns against Left Wing Extremism a decade ago. As per the instructions of the Ministry of Home Affairs, now the ITBP is also conducting scientific breeding of K9 dogs to make special quality dogs available for the Central Armed Police Forces and State Police Forces so that the best class dogs can be available for security duty.
Pups with mother… pic.twitter.com/k6v9yaoBCu— ITBP (@ITBP_official) November 5, 2020
Malinois breed was used by United States in the operation to eliminate Osama Bin Laden.