Anger Management Program For Police K-9 Units


                                               Jonathan D. Cockin (below)

Before (anger management program)                     After (anger management program)                                                                                           

AngroMeter Reading 10/10 Max
Blood Report 100% Anger Particles
Blood color: Dark Red
Diet: 6 lbs Chuck (Raw)
Weight: 88 lbs.


Angrometer Reading: 0/10 min.
Blood Report: 0% Anger Particles.
Blood Color: Yellowish Red.
Diet: Two Dozen Bananas (peeled).
Weight: 60 lbs.
28 lbs of Loss of Anger.

Dean of Anger Management Program Richard C.K. O’Brien II  (Above) addresses the incoming class of 2013 (below)

“Anger is a poison that kills without notice. Love of my life, and my bride to be Dorothy C. P. Edmundboury left me at the alter and disappeared leaving a thin trail of dust on the horizon, when she saw me barking angrily at Bruce the Butler for licking our wedding cake before the guests had a chance. What a price to pay for a little show of temper Ahhhhh!!!. Now coming to our recent graduate Cockin. Splendid Cockin splendid for losing 28 lbs of Anger in three months, a new horizon! Now you incoming class of 2013, You have to do just like Cockin and graduate with a banana in your mouth.”

Incoming class of 2013 below

(From L to R ) Oliver Jenkin, Anthony Taylor, Kingsley Wood,
(Second Row) Harrison Tomkin, and Kid Shelleen from North Gibralter.

© Samina Iqbal. 2013

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About saminaiqbal27

I am a free lance writer who loves to write on social issues in particular. I am a house wife and my husband Dr. Shams Iqbal offers all the support and encouragement so that I can pursue my passion for authorship and other cause which is dear to me. My lifelong mission in life is to offer my support for the police officers who need to be supported and protected by general public like us. My inspiration to do this comes from my personal experiences of some of the greatest police officers whom I have witnessed do great deeds for the good of humanity. I am so inspired and fascinated to support this law enforcement group. On the other hand I like music, movies specially classics, I am a fashion geek, English and American literature are my passions.
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36 Responses to Anger Management Program For Police K-9 Units

  1. Sharmishtha says:

    smart girl/doggie 🙂
    loved the story. anger truly is mostly a curse, but works good for me most of the time.


  2. I love when you highlight the K-9 in your blog, Samina. They are such an important part of the police force and too often go unrecognized. Thanks for putting them in the spotlight, my friend. Have a wonderful weekend!


    • Thanks Jill for such kind appreciation my friend. I love police K-9’s so well behaved and such dedicated, loving and beautiful creatures. On and off I like to put spotlight on them which I love. You too have a wonderful week my friend.


  3. Proud to read your post .Your dedication is appreciated.Heart warming story.Anger is poison and deadly virus.God bless you and your family.Jalal


    • Thank you so much my friend, I am always proud to receive such nice compliments from you. Yes anger is a poison and kills like a deadly virus and we must be aware of its long term consequences. God bless you and your family my friend. Take care.


  4. LadyBlueRose's Thoughts Into Words says:

    I like this…
    and your graduates are simple beautiful…
    Good Post….one of those subjects most tend to not see in themselves
    even though the elephant in the middle of the room is standing in front of them
    Take care…You Matter


    • Thank you so much LadyBlueRose. I always feel honored by your comments. Yes anger is like a big elephant standing right in front of us and we are not aware of its presence or of its crushing power on us. It needs to be controlled since it can devastate our lives very easily. You take care my friend and God bless.


  5. SerachShiro says:

    Anger is never good and brings only negative facts to light, but sometimes you can not help it, above all we are all human! I found this lovely post really interesting with beautiful illustration and I wish you a pleasant afternoon! < 3


    • Thanks my friend Serach. I agree with you that anger is not good for us and of course we all know its negative consequences but sometimes we cannot help it. I also feel that if we remain conscious of its impact on our lives in so many serious ways, maybe we will make an effort to control it. Thanks for such kind words about the post. You too have a pleasant afternoon and a lovely week my friend. Take care and God bless.


  6. What a wonderful way to spin a giggle out of a serious matter. I loved the post! It’s so lovely to coat the bitter pills we sometimes need to swallow with a little sweetness and pleasure. Cheers to you again, Samina! 😉


    • Thanks for the lovely comment and yes I am learning from you how to spin a giggle out of a serious matter. I appreciate the kind words about the post. Yes I agree with you sometimes we need to face the harsh realities of our being and its much better to face them cheerfully. Take care Shelley and God bless.


  7. Great post! I love this story, very inspiring!

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  8. CJ says:

    I’m sorry I just can’t stop laughing at picture number 2!!! I keep thinking if I were a criminal: I shouldda put down the gun! I shouldda stopped when the cop said stop! I shouldda! I shouldda! Haha! Ahhhhh! All those teeth so little time! Just love that! Those dogs are just priceless.


    • Thank you so much for enjoying the post. This was the main aim of the post. Yes I agree those teeth are too many and time for a clever criminal would be short to take off, so surrender would be the only option. I agree again these dogs are priceless. So glad this post made you laugh. take care and God bless.


  9. Reblogged this on aksharaalu – Best Collections and commented:
    Avoid B.P. – go for anger management
    very beautiful post – humans require this course to avoid stress in their life


  10. Avoid B.P. – go for anger management
    very beautiful post – humans require this course to avoid stress in their life
    with regards


    • Thanks for your kind words, and I agree the reason for high blood pressure and all heart ailments has a direct link to stress levels which rise when we are angry. We need to be more careful about this danger to our health and need to take anger management courses when things go beyond our control. Thanks once again for the lovely comment. Take care and God bless.


  11. nightlake says:

    Anger is indeed a terrible thing, as is jealousy.. It is difficult to control these demins, but at least they have to be minimised..Great post:)


    • Thank you so much my friend. I agree with you that anger as well as jealousy are both very wicked emotions and we need to control them if we want to live a healthy and happy life. Take care and God bless.


  12. reocochran says:

    I think that the pictures of the angry and calm dogs told the best story of all! Anger management is good with all “walks of life!” Smile! Robin


    • Thanks Robin for your valuable input. I do agree anger management program is a must for any person who has a problem with it and most of us do. Yes the pictures of angry and the calm dogs speak volumes about their behaviors. So goes for us humans, a smiling face looks so much prettier than an angry one, one fills the heart with joy the other evokes feelings of fear in us. Take care my friend and God bless.


  13. Loved it Samina and so True, anger without a real cause, is deadly, God gets angry, Jesus also had righteousness anger when He got the whip out etc but fleshy anger is dangerous and continues to lead to bad responses if not resolved and if your a doggy, and a banana or two won’t do it for you, maybe a dog choc will.

    Christmas Love, Joy and many Blessings to you Samina from both of us and for the New Year too, thank you for all we have shared Blogging – Anne


  14. Thank you so much for your valuable input Anne and I do believe anger is very deadly for humans since it can further aggravate the already tense situation. And for the doggies I agree Dog choc is a much better choice for anger management specially. Thanks for the Christmas love, blessings and joy. I send you my blessings, my big hugs and Christmas greetings. Take care my friends and God bless.


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    • Thank you so much for honoring me with another award my friend. I feel very encouraged and delighted. The sunshine award that you nominated me and this award’s post will be done together as soon as it would be possible for me. Thanks so much for thinking of me as worthy of the award. Yes Christmas season is a season of giving and I was a little busy but I will be devoting more time to blogging. Take care and God bless my friend.


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