Sarah Jane on Dr. Who had a robot dog named K9.
No, K-9 is not dead. K-9 is with Sarah Jane Smith. He is not on Doctor Who anymore, but he is on the Sarah Jane Adventures. On the show, K-9 is sealing up a black hole, so you don't see him much. But he is still alive.
Jim Belushi will be lucky if he ever makes another film, let alone another K-9 one.
The 4th, Tom Baker.
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pitbull is stronger than k9
The term "K9" is typically used in reference to police or military dogs, not guide dogs.Added:Actually, the term "K9" comes from the Latin word for dog, canine. I think it would be fine if you referred to a guide dog as a K9. But it would sound a little redundant.
K9 in america - usually refers to a working dog - such as a Police dog, or 'sniffer' dog. It's short for 'canine' - a general term for a dog.
"K-9" is a bastardization of "Canine". K-9 units usually consist of a Handler or dog trainer and a police dog.
all dogs are considered canines or k9 as you put it
K9 is only a abbreviation for "CA-NINE" which is a name for dogs; not a number letter classification.
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it means dog,