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Partners Not Pets: Working Dogs in Fairfax County

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Every day in Fairfax County, dozens of specially trained dogs are on the job, using their noses and in some cases their teeth to keep Fairfax County safe.

What a cutie!

“We’re looking for a dog that works as hard on his last hour of work as his first,” said Michael Szubinski, course development instructor at the Customs and Border Protection Canine Training Center in Front Royal, on June 22, as he explains the puppy selection that is underway on this day at the facility. Over the course of five hours, instructors will run 6 to 8 one-year-old dogs brought by breeders contracted with CBP through a series of tests to see if the dogs have the aptitude to become narcotics detection dogs.

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