October 03, 2018

Police dog shows you in seconds just how smart he really is (video)

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One determined German shepherd made his YouTube debut when he skillfully entered a car and shut the door all by himself.

In a less than 30 seconds clip, the black and brown dog is seen sitting down in a large parking lot with a Greenburgh Police Department officer.

The uniformed officer gets the go-ahead. Then, on cue, he sent the dog to go to a police car a few feet away.  The video is found below. 

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The dog immediately stood up and ran toward the car. With his mouth, he swiftly lifted the handle and opened the door to the rear passenger side.

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As if that wasn't impressive enough, the dog then jumped in and used a circular hoop fitted on the window inside of the door to close it.

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Once this happened, persons behind the camera cheered at the incredible feat. Online as well, many commented their surprise at the dog's talents.

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German shepherds are known as being in the top tier of dogs in terms of intelligence.

The four-legged animals are said to be as smart as two to two and a half-year-olds. 

Source: YouTube/ Onetencrewfilms

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Nonetheless, other dogs also show impressive intelligence and are able to surpass our usual expectations from the furballs.

Border Collies, Poodles, Golden Retrievers, Doberman Pinschers, Sheepdogs, and Rottweilers are among the top ten smartest breeds according to Wide Open Pets

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Bloodhounds also rank in that list. The long-eared mutts are known for their powerful sense of smell which is extremely useful to use humans in finding missing persons or fugitives. 

Back in June 2018, another pooch, named Poncho, showed off his incredible skills. 

The Madrid Police performed a drill in which Poncho is seen "saving" an unresponsive officer. 

In the clip, the man laid down pretending to be unconscious. Poncho ran up to him and repeatedly bounced up and down on the officer's chest. 

Source: YouTube/ Newsweek

The doggy CPR was measured throughout as Poncho also went near the man's ear to determine if he has a pulse. 

When the man got up, he rewarded Poncho with a well-deserved treat.

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