Transcript for Meet the Hero K-9s That Protect the President
I do. Switch gears and talk about some heros. You have heard about them who took down the white house fence jumper earlier this week. We are learning more about the secret service dogs first on the scene. And they are now back on the job this morning. One look at these big, sweet faces and you may not realize it, but these are two of the president's fiercest protecters. The hero secret service dogs seen wrestling down the white house fence jumper Wednesday night. I think the individual last night probably saw pretty vividly why we keep our distance. Reporter: A little bruised from the scuffle, but this morning they are back on the job. Meet canine Jordan, a 5-year-old Belgian malinois. He loves to stroll. And hurricane, he loves his Kong toy. But when they are on duty, they are laser focused on one objective. Subdued intruders. Chosen for their power and agility. Weighing more than 60 pounds, running twice as fast as an olympic runner. And biting an intruder like the other night, 200 pounds of pressure. Hurricane, Jordan and the 73 other dogs in the secret service canine unit get 20 weeks of training, working until they turn 10. They collect their puppy pensions in retirement with their beloved handlers. And they will stay with their handler for the rest of their lives. People suggested these two deserve a presidential award. How about a state dinner? I think they prefer that. And people confuse them for German she pardpherds. They have shorter hair, do better in all seasons. Fast and strong. And off duty, those big smiles. Thank you.
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