Only one out of every 50 dogs tested qualifies to become an electronic storage detection, or ESD, dog, says Kerry Halligan, a K-9 instructor with the Connecticut State Police … Those with narcotics- and bomb-sniffing dogs need to always have the illegal … Link.

Two explosive detection dogs, black field trial Labradors named Luke and Indy, have been added to the Police Department’s K-9 unit. They join three German shepherds that are trained in narcotics detection … possibility of a bomb threat exists … Link.

(WRIC) — Four puppies that were part of a large seizure in February now have a new home with the Richmond Police Department … currently residing at the RPD K-9 training facility and will be trained as drug and bomb dogs for the department. Link.