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'K-9' sounds like canine (ca-nine) and is used as an abbreviation for canine units in the police force in America and in some armies. It is also the name of the fictional robot dogfeatured in the four television programmes Doctor Who (1963-present), K-9 and company (1981), The Sarah Jane Adventures (2007-present) and K-9 (2009-present), and many books and other media associated with those shows. The nearest counterpart; a robot called Motoman K-6 is a real-life industrial welding robot manufactured by Welding Robots.
Otherwise, K6 or K-6 may be:
K9 refers to a dog. K6 refers to a mountain in Pakistan
K6 is nothing. the abbreviation "K9" is a shortened form of the word "Canine", which is part of the species name of dogs. K?
K9 is only a abbreviation for "CA-NINE" which is a name for dogs; not a number letter classification.
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.
it means dog,
A dog. K9 = canine
pitbull is stronger than k9
k9 means dog so there is no difference
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.
all dogs are considered canines or k9 as you put it