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Chinese police academy auctioning off dogs too friendly for law enforcement

Chinese police academy auctioning off dogs too friendly for law enforcement
The Criminal Investigation Police University of China announced it is auctioning off 54 dogs that flunked out of its police dog training program for not being aggressive or obedient enough for law enforcement. File Photo by Stephen Shaver/UPI | License Photo

July 2 (UPI) -- A police academy in China announced it is holding an auction to find new homes for 54 dogs that flunked out of the program by being too gentle for a career in law enforcement.

The Criminal Investigation Police University of China in northeastern Liaoning province announced the dogs -- primarily German shepherds, Dutch shepherd hybrids and Belgian malinois -- will be auctioned July 7.

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The school said the canines were rejected from the police dog training program for reasons including timid personalities, physical weakness or frailty, failure to follow instructions and refusing to bite when prompted.

Each dog starts at about $30, with bids increasing by $7.70 until the auction ends. The school said buyers must sign an agreement to follow government regulations for the proper care of the canines, which the new owners will be prohibited from reselling or otherwise rehoming.

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