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Auburn’s Canine Detection Training Center profiled by Fox News

The celebrated Auburn Institute of Exploding Dog Studies, aka the Auburn University Canine Detection Training Center, was profiled by Fox News yesterday. Started in 1989, it’s the largest dedicated canine detection research program in the country.

Fox sent the British dude with the glasses to cover a graduation ceremony for ten of the bomb-sniffers, who will go on to save lives (“one disintegrated Giant Schnauzer at a time“) in places like Dulles International Airport in Washington, DC.

No word yet on whether a Spike 80DF class has been added to the curriculum.

H/T Brian Brown.

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