Police puppies' appearance was the highlight of the military parade
In Chile, puppies start their training even younger than us humans. One adorable clip showed some tiny pups being carried during a special military parade.
In the YouTube video posted late last week, golden retriever pups were the highlight of an annual military parade in Santiago, Chile on September 19. The video is found below.
According to the Evening Standard, the female dog trainers are members of the Carabineros de Chile, the national police force.
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They marched in a row and carried the fluffy young pups in neon green pouches which hung over their chest.
The pups will soon be a part of the Canine Unit of the force.
After the puppy section, a line of uniformed male officers walked adult dogs of two breeds: golden retrievers and Labradors.
The adults were donned in a green piece of cloth that wrapped around their backs and wore little boots. The pups also wore green neckwear.
Over 9,500 troops took part in the Great Military Parade at O'Higgins Park on Thursday in celebration of Chile's 208th Independence Day anniversary.
The traditional display has been going on for over 50 years. But it was in 2008 that the Canine Unit was first featured in the popular spectacle.
In 2017, one little bulldog showed off incredible skills when he "spoke" to his owner.
As the pup was held by his human mother, he made some impressive sounds as if to imitate her speech.
When she said, "I love you," the dog somehow managed to repeat the words in a quite discernible way, shocking both his mother and father who is behind the camera.
And back in 2015, another dog named Charlie made it clear that he is not only willing but able to stand up for himself when it comes to unwanted bedtime.
In a remarkable clip, Charlie got fairly chatty with his owner around evening time.
It's unclear what exactly he is trying to say, but he certainly doesn't want to be overpowered.
He interrupts everyone who tried to talk over him as if he knows it's an argument.