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at 707; see also Bird, supra note 5, at 417 ("[T]he Court recognized that a canine sniff by a trained narcotics detection dog is a highly reliable form of detection.
Zena was born and trained in Holland then moved to Iraq where she worked as an explosive detection dog for several years.
A demonstration will be put on by a detection dog from the Corvallis Police Department.
A customs spokeswoman said a drug detection dog reacted when the truck was stopped.
During a search of a house in the Black Country, trained cash detection dog Woody and handler PC Tony Mills found the money in a holdall and behind a false panel in a bathroom.
The body detection dog alerted the officers to people hiding inside the load, and a thorough search of the trailer revealed the Eritrean men.
Each year, the Dogs Trust hands out awards to outstanding dogs including Theo, the record-breaking bomb detection dog who died in Afghanistan after his handler Lance Corporal Liam Tasker was killed.
FIVE FOREIGN nationals who were planning to stow themselves away in a lorry bound for Coventry were sniffed out by a detection dog at Calais.
An Australian Special Forces explosive detection dog has been found alive and well more than a year after she went missing in action in Afghanistan.
As well as fags, officers from HM Revenue and Customs - aided by a tobacco detection dog - also confiscated hand-rolling tobacco and counterfeit spirits.
Exceptional military occupational specialty (MOS) 21B combat engineers are needed to become dog handlers and work as part of a Specialized Search Dog (SSD) or Mine Detection Dog (MDD) Team.
To train a drug detection dog it takes about 16 weeks depending on the intelligence of the animal," says John.

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