I prefer to think of them as a well-trained professional unit, but in truth, some of those are just barely past yearling, and a few of them are technically retired, so the ones in active training or service is actually around fifteen to twenty. And then if you take out the ones whose training is pretty early in for the year, that's about ten to fifteen, and then you consider that we have a few show/domestic service pets (guide, therapy and other domestic occupations), it's actually about seven or eight dogs with full active military or law enforcement or human survival training, but you'd be surprised how fast a Czech Shepherd pup learns to follow the adults.
Now if only their giant feet and ears didn't keep getting in the way :/
P.S. Technically, it'd be more like Raising Wolves. Or wolf-breeds. But I am totally in love with the concept, and it made me snicker. Thanks for that.