Aruban dog teams practice with foreign colleagues.

ORANJESTAD - From 1 to 4 April 2019, the special support team - dog brigade (BOT-K9) from KIA / CEA organizes its annual "High Risk Deployment K9 training week" on Aruba, with participants from Australia, the Netherlands, St. Maarten and of course Aruba.

The international training is being held in Aruba for the fourth consecutive year.

Training Special support team - dog brigade (BOT-K9) from KIA / CEAFrom Monday to Friday, Aruba is the setting for varied training sessions, in which cooperation and exchange of knowledge and experience are central. In addition to training scenarios on land and on the water, where dog teams will climb and descend and have to perform arrests in difficult situations, the participants will also receive a presentation about heatstroke and other climate-related dangers for dogs. The whole provides an intensive and challenging training week for both Aruban and foreign leaders and their dogs.

Training Special support team - dog brigade (BOT-K9) from KIA / CEABefore the training week, Aruba BOT-K9 will give a presentation / demonstration on Saturday March 201930, around 6 p.m., during the Dog Show 2019 at Rancho Villa Floralina.

Training Special support team - dog brigade (BOT-K9) from KIA / CEAThe Aruban special support team - dog brigade (BOT-K9) provides specialist support and support with dogs to the KIA and security partners at home and abroad and is highly regarded internationally. It regularly practices with other units in the Caribbean, such as the dog brigade of the St. Maarten police and renowned units such as the American Army Rangers and the Dutch Special Interventions Service (DSI).

Special support team - dog brigade (BOT-K9) from KIA / CEA