Children's Corner - Coloring Books
The coloring pages in this folder are meant to be used in an educational setting, either at home or in the classroom. The coloring pages cover a variety of topics, particularly about dog safety and about military working dogs, and can be used as a group or individually. You can right-click to save individual images or use the share button to share them. The captions below many of the images give you some ways of explaining the images and concepts to children. Please feel free to share them on your personal, not-for-profit website or blog as long as they are accompanied by a link back to www.dfdk9.com and not edited in any way. Please contact us for commercial or print use.
albums: 5
 
Reference - Dog Books
Scanned books, magazines, and other materials books about dogs, dog ownership, and dog training in general, unrelated to the military use of dogs. All materials in this folder are from our personal collection.
albums: 1
 
Reference - Military Working Dog Books
Scanned books and magazines about military working dogs, their training, and their handling from our personal collection. These include stories about military working dogs, as well as pictorial books and magazines.
albums: 9
 
History - Military Working Dog Equipment
Examples of historic military working dog equipment from our personal collection.
albums: 2
 
History - Military Working Dog Photos
The photos presented in the albums inside this folder are not my own, nor do I claim them to be. They come from a variety of websites and sources. They are presented here under Fair Use Guidelines, for educational, reference, and research purposes. Please note: Should you hold copyright to any of these photos and disagree with their educational / reference use here, please notify me and I will remove your images.
albums: 11
 
Reference - Anatomy

Learn basic terms related to canine anatomy using these charts showing dog anatomy illustrated on the German Shepherd and the Belgian Malinois. Please feel free to share them on your personal, not-for-profit website or blog as long as they are accompanied by a link back to www.dfdk9.com Please contact us for commercial or print use.

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    Reference - Color Genetics

    Learn more about the different colors and patterns of the Belgian Malinois and German Shepherd Dogs, how these coat colors are created genetically, and which ones are considered to be "faulty," rather than "rare," under the breed standard. Please feel free to share them on your personal, not-for-profit website or blog as long as they are accompanied by a link back to www.dfdk9.com Please contact us for commercial or print use.

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    Reference - Canine Body Language

    Do you know what your dog's body language is trying to tell you? These simple, educational graphics give a good primer of the most basic body language cues that our dogs show us. Please feel free to share them on your personal, not-for-profit website or blog as long as they are accompanied by a link back to www.dfdk9.com Please contact us for commercial or print use.

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    Reference - Historic German Shepherds

    Vintage photographs, mostly from postcards, of German Shepherd Dogs. These make useful reference for comparing breed type and changes over the years (IMHO). Images here are out of copyright and used for educational (Fair Use) purposes.

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    K-9 Veterans Day

    These graphics were originally created to support the K-9 Veterans Day project, online at www.k9veteransday.org They are free for personal use or to promote K-9 Veterans Day and military working dog support. A link back to www.dfdk9.com would be appreciated for any online use of these graphics.