Auburn's explosives-detecting dog training program being commercialized

09/6/2013 | AL.com (Alabama)

A training program that equips bomb-sniffing dogs and their handlers with the skills to detect explosives carried or concealed on a person's body will soon be widely available thanks to a business partnership between the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine and iK9 Holding Co. "The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine has invested years of research in developing this program into a strong and versatile detection tool in the fight against terrorism," said dean and veterinarian Calvin Johnson.

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