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Dogs Trained To Sniff Out Rare Wildlife for Greater Good

For years K9 Magazine has been reporting the future of dogs and how they can play a vital role in our health and wellbeing, aswell as being man's best friend. They can sniff out cancer, detect bombs and are relied upon by search and rescue teams. So, what's the future? According to Sify.com, a study has been reported in the January issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management detailing how biologists are putting dogs' acute sense of smell to a rather noble use – they have trained dogs to detect the scat of other critters for the greater good – to conduct more accurate surveys of wildlife.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Dogs Trained To Sniff Out Rare Wildlife for Greater Good

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