Definition of dog handler in English:

dog handler

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A person who works with trained dogs: a police dog handler
More example sentences
  • Her body was discovered on Sunday, April 2, by a police dog handler walking along the river bank.
  • I looked out of the window and saw about 12 police officers with at least half of them armed and a dog handler and four police vehicles.
  • Twenty members of the volunteer team and a dog handler from the Search and Rescue Dog Association were called out by North Yorkshire Police just after midnight on Saturday morning.



More example sentences
  • Officers working in ‘operational’ areas including dog-handling and the mounted section, were taken from their posts in order to pound the beat.
  • I'd been prepared for a Rocky Mountain raw-hide approach to dog-handling, a working-dog attitude a million miles from Good Boys and Bonios.

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