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any dog trained to assist police especially in tracking

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According to reports from the airport, a bomb-sniffing dog flagged a suspicious substance on a pallet around 7 a.
I also read that a bomb-sniffing dog found something near a hot-dog stand.
Police and a bomb-sniffing dog searched the middle school before determining that it was safe for students to return shortly after 10 a.
I believe it is 10 to 50 times more sensitive than a bomb-sniffing dog," he added.
Seifert said, the canine handler from the Worcester Police Department attended the training in anticipation of the city getting its own bomb-sniffing dog with a $113,000 grant it was awarded.
A student was arrested at Willamette High School on Wednesday after a homemade explosive device detonated inside a trash can, prompting a 2 1/2 -hour lockdown while police and a bomb-sniffing dog searched the campus.
The addition of a bomb-sniffing dog to the Worcester police force would be a welcome counter-terror measure.
CRESWELL - A bomb threat written on the wall of a boys' bathroom stall at Creswell High School prompted officials to evacuate the school Thursday while deputies searched the building with a bomb-sniffing dog.
An abandoned truck, indicated by a bomb-sniffing dog to smell of explosives, caused parts of Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to be closed down for two hours yesterday (1 May).
1 -- color) Bomb Squad member Enrique Velazquez walks with his bomb-sniffing dog, Simba, at Quartz Hill High School on Tuesday.
Fake explosives left behind after a bomb-sniffing dog training class led to the evacuation and shutdown of a terminal at Los Angeles International Airport.
SANTA CLARITA - It wasn't a typical birthday party, considering the weapons display, bomb-sniffing dog and vintage patrol cars, yet hundreds of people showed up Saturday for the California Highway Patrol's 75th anniversary celebration.
The open house will feature refreshments, motorcycle demonstrations, fingerprinting of children and a demonstration with a bomb-sniffing dog.
Bomb-sniffing dogs were also used to search for explosives.
The Biloxi, Mississippi, Police Department's bomb squad also responded, bringing bomb-sniffing dogs and X-ray equipment to the scene.