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What do Official Authority Dogs do?
Sniffer dogs are specially trained to detect the presence of drugs or contraband at airports. They are also called pet dogs, security dogs, airport dogs, or drug dogs. Sniffer dogs, or airport dogs, have a great benefit to airports. It prevents a potentially dangerous environment for security personnel, increases public safety, and protects passengers.
Security dogs are trained to alert people when they see drugs or weapons. When a security dog detects a suspicious item, the handler can call an on-site police officer or take steps to stop the suspicious activity. In addition, the alert can be used by law enforcement officials to track an individual’s movements and activities throughout the airport.
Security dogs are great to the airline industry because airports often do not have drug dog kennels, so there is no need to train the dogs. Often, handlers will contact a local kennel that has dogs who are already trained, but in cases where kennels are unavailable, handlers train the dogs from a program at a school or from their homes.
Airport dogs are trained to detect three types of substances: drugs, body fluids, and vomit. They are usually trained to locate substances by smell or sight. When one or more substances are detected, they are reported to the authorities. In some airports, dog handlers may bring the handler’s dog back to the handler’s home.
In addition to locating contraband, drug dogs are also trained to alert people of potential dangers. They are trained to recognize signs of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), confusion, seizures, and heart problems. These signs can be dangerous when in the workplace or at a shopping mall. Because drug dogs are trained to detect these potential dangers, they can alert a security officer or manager to potential issues.
In addition to their main duty at airports, sniffer dogs are used in many other settings. A large dog may be used to assist in digging up bodies of water such as trenches or lakes. They may also be used at the end of a live-firing range to locate animals that have gone into the water.
Dogs are often used to help locate missing persons or assist in finding a person that has been murdered. There is a large amount of demand for these services.
Sniffer dogs are expensive, and many airlines offer discounts for using them. Contact your airline and check with them about getting a discount. Some airlines may offer travel discounts if you use a dog at an airport.
Dogs can be rented, but rental fees may vary. If you rent a dog, make sure you rent someone who has had dogs in the past. If you rent a dog and are concerned about its health, contact the airport authorities or the airline.
These days, there are many different breeds of airport dogs available. The more intelligent the dog, the more it can become a valuable asset.
The Internet and telephone directories are both excellent sources for finding a breed of drug dogs. Consider contacting a breed club or placing a request through the local dog rescue organization to find a particular breed. You can learn about the breed and learn about the training it underwent before it was adopted.