Dogs in Training to Sniff Out Cancer

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: August 20, 2004   View Article

Some people say that old dogs can’t be taught new tricks. But don’t tell that to Larry Myers.

A professor of veterinary medicine at Alabama’s Auburn University, Myers has trained unwanted dogs to detect everything from drugs and bombs to off-flavor catfish and agricultural pests.

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