Public Invited to K-9 Competition

Public Invited to K-9 Competition

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CEDAR CITY, Utah (AP) -- K-9 dogs from across the state will show off their skills this weekend.

Police officers and their dogs will gathered this weekend in Cedar City for the Utah Peace Officers Association training.

Most of the training and competitions are just for sworn officers, but the public is invited to see a canine competition.

Cedar City Public Information Officer Jerry Womack said the competition will be great if people want to come and see some awesome dogs.

There are 22 dogs enrolled in the competition, which includes testing obedience skills and shutting down an agitator who's threatening the dog's master.

The event is free, which is scheduled at nine a-m on Friday.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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