Not everyone who shows dogs is in a race to get to the top. Some exhibitors are happy just to enter a couple of shows each month. Today we’re taking a second look at a schedule brought to you by Billy Wheeler with the average exhibitor in mind. Find out that it’s still possible to enjoy the dog sport without stretching yourself – and your budget – too thin.
The need for dogs that can reliably detect explosive material has never been greater than in the post-9/11 era. To improve the training of these search dogs, the Office of Naval Research has provided a grant to the University of Lincoln, U.K., to investigate whether canines are capable of detecting bomb ingredients via categorization. Learn how groups of accelerants may become recognizable to the future classes of explosive detection dogs.
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