Could Zurberg – a canine handler who trains bomb- and drug-detecting dogs – do the same thing in Vancouver? he wondered. “I told him, ‘If it’s got a smell, I can teach a dog to find it,’” Zurberg said. Their new English springer spaniel pup … Link.
Inside the car, police found drug paraphernalia, two boxes of ammunition, and what appeared to be two pipe bombs. The bomb squad was called in and determined … his front door while searching for a missing dog. AmeriCorps workers will begin a two-month … Link.
That same year, Biker placed first in the American Police Canine Association drug … the dog to get his nose down into that cone to smell for the drugs, or whatever,” True said. This method can also be used to teach dogs to search for explosive … Link.
Chico, a police dog who worked with … He had 16 finds and 28 surrenders. As a bomb dog, he went to 61 incidents. Travelers at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport may have seen him. He was there 170 times. “K9 Chico was a loyal and faithful partner who loved … Link.
Specialist dogs cloned from the best drug … explosives and drugs. The animals were tested in Yakutsk, the capital of the Sakha Republic. Ministry spokesperson Maria Mironova added: ‘The cloned dog did not pass the control test of our canine service.’ Link.
A Coquille Tribal Police drug detection canine alerted on the vehicle … During the search, detectives located explosive device components to include blasting caps and mercury switches, police said. Oregon State Police Bomb Disposal Unit responded and … Link.
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The luggage contained canisters wrapped in silver dryer sheets inside plastic bags, but police bomb-sniffing dogs did not alert on it as being a bomb. Police called the bomb squad, but after further inspection, authorities realized the luggage …
Croft founded Universal K9, a dog training company, in San Antonio, Texas, in 2000 and started training guard dogs, explosives detection … put down so many drug busts, it’s incredible,” Croft said. Croft gives the dogs to police for free. Link.
He’s not your typical police dog … to be the department’s official drug sniffing dog. But Max, who lives with Chicorelli and has become the family pet, will still come along for the ride, even though his bomb-sniffing days are over. Link.
CCPD receives donations for new K-9 … police department K-9 Unit said goodbye to their partner Kimbo, in September — but thanks to a donation they’ll welcome has five dogs, including Tanja and Quina in narcotics, bite dogs Kimbo and Indy, and bomb … Link.