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a huge asset. “There is nothing in the pipeline that can equal the scent-ability of the dog that we can take to fire scenes and use,” Gallagher says. “The public needs to know those dogs are out there. It’s an elite group that does a good job … and they need the recognition.”

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This article first appeared in The Bark,
Issue 58: Feb/Mar 2010
Lisa Wogan lives in Seattle and is the author of, most recently, Dog Park Wisdom. lisawogan.com

Doug Morrison, Los Angles County Fire Department (pg 1)
Belgian Federal Police/Federal Police Dog Support Unit (pg 2)
Courtesy of State Farm® and the State Farm® Arson Dog Program (pg 3)

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