Dogs go to work detecting unsafe water

08/14/2012 | SeacoastOnline (Portsmouth, N.H.)

Logan and Sable are canines trained to sniff out bacteria, a talent they used recently to determine whether water from the Norris Brook in New Hampshire was contaminated with E. coli. The dogs work for Environmental Canine Services, and the Environmental Protection Agency has classified their talents as a valid method for detecting contamination.

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