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detector dog

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ALMOST [euro]80,000 has been seized after a detector dog showed "an interest" in a vehicle at Dublin Port.
The eggs weredetected not by machines butby a security detector dog named "Tyla.
Asked if detector dog handling makes for a good career option for students, he said, "Why not?
The discovery was credited to the Agriculture Detector dog named Hardy, which is a six-year-old beagle.
She is the former director of training for the Search and Rescue Dogs of Illinois and has partnered with the Illinois State Police to start the Accelerant Detector Dog Program.
Dela Rosa said the items newly procured by the PNP include 14 brand-new vans, 141 brand-new light transport vehicles, 323 135 cc motorcycles, two brand-new mini buses, 26 brand-new utility trucks, two forklifts, 743 submachine gun, 97 7.62 mm light machine gun, 87 VHF low-band tactical transceiver (with accessories), 160 HF/SSB Base Radio, 122 HF/SSB Base Radio Transceivers, 45 explosive detector dog, 427 night vision goggles (monocular), 1,489 global positioning system (GPS), 1,766 Fingerprint kits, two facial recognition systems, 18 computer forensic devices.
Using a wildlife detector dog for locating eastern indigo snakes (Drymarchon couperi).--Herpetol.
As a drug detector dog handler with HM Customs & Excise, Pam has used canine companions to conduct searches all over the UK, from oil rigs to cruise ships, postal depots to airports and vehicles to houses.
About 100 children at Hartburn Primary School gave their names for the springer-labrador cross, which was set to be trained as a specialist drugs and cash detector dog.
Corse, who, as a senior master sergeant in the Air Force Reserve, serves as first sergeant for the 48th Aerial Port Squadron, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, describes Maltby as a sweetheart and an outstanding detector dog.