Although the virus reportedly makes you lose your sense of smell, it apparently gives you a particular odor dogs can sniff out.
The airport in Helsinki, Finland, is testing passengers for Covid-19 by using trained dogs to sniff out the virus. NBC’s Kelly Cobiella joins Shep Smith on CNBC to discuss what could be a new way to detect for Covid-19.
You gotta love a story with a happy ending. WBTW, Channel 13 in Myrtle Beach, recently brought us the story of Lalo, a Bloodhound who was instrumental in reuniting a family when the K-9 found a 9-year old who had wandered off to a friend’s house without telling anyone.
Lalo’s partner, Deputy Timothy Davidson, says the dog gets quite the workout as they have similar situations crop up almost weekly.
Great job Lalo and Deputy Davidson! Thank you both for your service.
Today is Take Your Dog to Work Day! I know – I should have told you ahead of time, but I just realized it myself. I hope you celebrated appropriately. And if you work nights, please take your dog with you!
The U.S. imports 80-90% of its bomb- sniffing dogs from overseas breeders. Increasing demand and a shortage of dogs places U.S. national security in unnecessary jeopardy. HR 4577 creates a path forward to improve standards and capacity for explosives detection dogs and encourages domestic breeding programs. Please contact your Senators now and ask them to urge Senate leadership to advance HR 4577. See below for more information. Continue reading Should Detection Dogs Used by the Government Come from Domestic or Foreign Breeders?→