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Former pound puppy, now master drug sniffer

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As an example of the intellegence and trainability of pound dogs,
Tucker, a puppy abandoned at the Toronto Humaine Society last year
has risen through the ranks of Canada's detector dog program exceptionally fast, with an "impressive" learning curve. He's now working at an Alberta prison as a drug sniffing dog.



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Okay, I just realized how "Master drug sniffer" sounds totally wrong. Arrrg!

Melissa "MelSkunk" Drake

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Actually, a fair number of drug snifing dogs, as well as handicapped assistant dogs and even dog actors come from shelters.

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MelSkunk (Melissa Drake)read storiescontact (login required)

a student and Skunk from Toronto, ON, interested in writting, art, classic cars and animals