How to get the right training collar for your dog

The military has long taught its dogs how to be trained to be loyal and reliable, and now the U.S. military has added a canine version of that to its training arsenal.

A new collar that uses an artificial intelligence system that is trained to “think like a human” will be offered for sale at military and government stores beginning Jan. 1.

The new collar is meant to help soldiers better identify their canine companions and keep them safe.

The military says it will be used in training and in operations in Afghanistan.

The Army is planning to begin training dogs and cats as early as next year.

The military has been working to create a canine companion for decades, but it hasn’t been as easy as it should have been, said John D. Dovidio, president of the American Veterinary Medical Association, a trade group.

“I don’t know how you do it right,” he said.

“I just don’t.”

The military is training dogs to be more cooperative and responsive.

It uses the collar to track dogs’ location, the amount of time they spend at their owner’s feet and the length of time the dog is awake and on their person.

The collar also helps dogs to detect objects such as explosives.

It also helps to keep dogs awake when the human is away, as it allows the dog to track the person’s location in real time.

The collar, made by company DogTrack and developed by the University of Pennsylvania, uses an algorithm to determine a dog’s level of trustworthiness and whether it’s trustworthy enough to interact with humans.

When a dog is being trained, it will start tracking a target with its collar and respond with a shake of its head and a paw up and down.

If a human is nearby, the dog will stop tracking and turn to a human, said Jeff Anderson, the chief technology officer at DogTrack.

The program, called DogTrack’s Companion Training, is meant for service members and veterans who want to improve their ability to recognize and interact with their dogs.

Dogs can be trained as well as trained to walk on other people’s shoes.

The Army has spent $1.5 million to develop the new collar, which was developed by a joint research team between the University at Buffalo and the University College London.

The company said the collar is compatible with all military dogs and can detect the presence of explosives.

Anderson said the system can be used to detect explosives when they are set off or by a person wearing explosives.

The system is also meant to detect and identify the scent of explosives, and it will alert military personnel to people wearing explosives, Anderson said.

The new collar has already been approved by the Defense Department.

The Air Force is still looking into a possible version that would use the technology to detect chemical agents and weapons.