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Post by crusader 08.04.22 20:57

^^^  laugh laugh laugh
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Post by crusader 17.04.22 8:12

I once had a Jack Russell, he was called Toby, they are wonderful little characters.
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Post by PeterMac 17.04.22 8:50

I wonder why the Military round the world bother going to these ridiculous lengths.
Everyone knows they are "notoriously unreliable" [© Dr G McCann]
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Post by PeterMac 25.04.22 13:15

And now - a reliable dog.

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Post by Jill Havern 17.05.22 8:10

Sniffer DOGS are better at spotting Covid than actual tests: Retrievers detect 97% of cases in real-world trial

  • Sniffer dogs are better at detecting Covid than tests, a study suggests

  • University of Helsinki study shows dogs can detect 97% of Covid cases 

  • And the canines are 99% accurate when confirming who is virus-free 




https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-10820675/Sniffer-DOGS-better-spotting-Covid-actual-tests-says-study.html

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Ms Fandango, Ashford, United Kingdom, about an hour ago

And do you know what else sniffer dogs can detect? Blood and cadaver odour in holiday appartements and hire cars.


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'Larger than life' police dog Stanley collapses and dies of heart failure while chasing two moped thieves

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Six-year-old PD Xavier Charles, better known as 'Stanley', collapsed on Sunday morning while on duty. He worked across London as a general purpose and firearms support animal.


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Family Catches Their Newly Adopted Pit Bull Biting Their Newborn Baby’s Crib

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One family, The Robinsons, had a 6-year-old son, and when the wife ended up being pregnant with their second child, they decided to move to a bigger house in a remote area where they wanted to build a farm. As they lived in a small apartment which they rented before getting the house, they weren’t allowed to keep a pet at home, but now that they had their own place, they desperately wanted to get a dog.
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Wanting to adopt a canine from a shelter, they visited some and as they were hearing all those stories of how each of the animals ended up there, they stumbled upon a shy Pit Bull named Benson.
Sadly, Benson’s life wasn’t an easy one. He was used for fighting for many years and was later dumped on the streets. When volunteers found him, he had already lost faith in humans and was afraid to even lift his head. After some time at the shelter, a family took him in but his happiness lasted for 2 weeks only. The family decided they didn’t want him because he wasn’t friendly.
Hearing this, Mrs. Robinson knew she needed to give him a chance for a better life. They adopted Benson, and although he acted strangely at first, he soon made friends with the family’s son Mathias.
When the baby was born, Benson only showed love and affection.
One night, however, the family heard a loud barking coming from the baby’s room. They rushed to see what was going on when they saw Benson biting the ribs of the crib. At first, they feared the worst as they though he wanted to hurt the little one, but he was doing just the opposite. As it turned out, the baby stopped breathing and Benson was trying to reach to her.
The family rushed her to the hospital where they were told that if Benson didn’t alert them of the baby’s condition, she would surely die. Thankfully, that didn’t happen.
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Post by Jill Havern 29.05.22 8:46

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10864369/Patron-Jack-Russell-honoured-Cannes-Film-Festival-digging-Russian-mines-Ukraine.html
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Ukraine's celebrity sniffer dog, two-year-old Patron, who has 270,000 Instagram followers, has been given an award at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival for his work digging up Russian mines.
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Post by PeterMac 03.06.22 9:12

It seems he thought it was all in his honour !

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Post by PeterMac 04.06.22 7:25

Are they more notoriously unreliable than dogs I wonder ?
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Modern Police dogs  

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Post by PeterMac 19.06.22 9:45

Even the dogs bogged down in paperwork !
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NATIONAL CHARITY SUPPORTING SERVING AND RETIRED POLICE DOGS FROM ACROSS THE UNITED KINGDOM



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Post by Jill Havern 27.06.22 10:43

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/swedish-cold-cases-podcast-sleuths-may-have-found-1972-killer-lwxzdq8x8

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Swedish Cold Cases podcast sleuths may have found 1972 killer
Oliver Moody
Monday June 27 2022, 12.01am BST, The Times

Urban Gardek, centre, found out about Bjorn Adolfsson’s disappearance while working as a tour guide


A 50-year Swedish murder mystery that had left police stumped may have been solved by a team of amateur sleuths hosting a true crime podcast.
The Cold Cases series about the investigation has become one of the most popular podcasts in Sweden.
Its host, Urban Gardek, was working as a tour guide in Gotland one summer when he learnt of a mystery that has haunted him ever since.
In October 1972, an eccentric local farmer called Sven Sjogren had vanished from his home during a bitter land dispute with his neighbours. It was the island’s first unsolved missing person case in more than a century. Seven months later, a friend of Sjogren’s who had been investigating the incident also disappeared.
The man, a teacher called Bjorn Adolfsson, had left only a cryptic note, “I’m going to the lake,” in his cabin on the Swedish mainland, a 45-minute drive south of Stockholm.
Gardek and his friends reviewed old newspaper clippings, interviewed witnesses and even found the original police files on the case.
A decade later, their true crime podcasts are captivating Sweden – and they believe they are on the brink of the first significant breakthrough in the case.
Sjogren came from a wealthy industrial dynasty that had fallen on hard times. His family had sold its ancestral mansion, near the Lummelunda Cave, one of Gotland’s most popular tourist attractions.
Yet Sjogren had another, even more lucrative asset: a plentiful spring on the island, on which water is scarce.
A local mink farmer had offered to buy the property with plans to turn it into a zoo, but Sjogren refused to sell. One day, however, a charming stranger called Bernt Larsson turned up at his door and talked him into signing the papers. Then Sjogren vanished.
“He was single and he didn’t have many friends,” said Dan Horning, who has been covering Gardek’s investigation on his own popular crime podcast, Unsolved Cases.
“But it’s quite hard to completely disappear on Gotland if you commit suicide . . . His house looked like he had just walked out of the door and vanished. A glass of milk was still on the table.”
At this point, Sjogren’s friend Adolfsson became suspicious.
He started looking into the case, discovering that Larsson had secretly acted as an intermediary for the mink farmer and had persuaded Sjogren to sell the land in exchange for forged private pension entitlements.
Then Adolfsson himself disappeared. Police concluded that he had taken his own life but no body was ever found.
The amateur sleuths, however, found a lead that took them to an old landfill site. A witness claimed to have spotted Larsson the day after Sjogren was last seen alive.
The podcast team believe Larsson, who died in 2015, is by far the strongest suspect for Sjogren’s murder, and that he may have put poison in his milk. There were also rumours that the mink farmer himself had put the body in his meat grinder and fed the remains to his animals.
The team raised £20,000 to hire a “skeleton dog” that is capable of sniffing out human remains buried up to a millennium ago.
This month the dog, one of only a handful in Europe with such a skill, identified three traces at the rubbish dump.
The podcasters are now waiting for permission from the local authorities to start digging.
Gardek expressed optimism that Sjogren’s body would be found before the 50th anniversary of his disappearance.

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The Truth About Cadaver Dogs: 5 Things You Didn’t Know.



We all know the saying: a dog is a man’s best friend. Well, that saying holds true, even if man is dead. Not just protectors, dogs are the greatest rescuers of human life in every single scenario, delving into their innate biological ability to track and smell scents humans could never even dream of finding today.

Known as cadaver dogs, these dogs are trained to quickly and effectively located cadavers and human remains. In many cases, to close a case, provide the family with closure, and locate a potentially dangerous person at large, these dogs need to act fast — and they sure do.

We are going to look at cadaver dogs and the top 5 things you probably didn’t know about these canines:

1. Accuracy: Did you know studies have found that not only are cadaver dogs 95% accurate at their craft; they can also smell remains up to 15-feet underground? These dogs can detect remains up to 30 meters underwater, and sometimes, need just a fraction of a bone or a drop of blood to determine the location of a cadaver.

2. Stamina: These dogs can cover 1.3 square kilometers per day, on an average basis, working with a ferocity that will not rest until the cadaver is detected. With no attitude or personal laziness, dogs are determined to serve their masters and perform on duty. If that means finding a cadaver, they are going to find it. According to Earth & World, the longest detection by a rescue dog was 3.2 kilometers.

3. Training: Cadaver dogs require roughly 1,000 hours of training before they are able to perform in the field. That’s more training than goes into many trade skills and other jobs that can be performed by humans today. These dogs are trained as thoroughly as possible, making them a highly valuable and lucrative investment for any agency or organization.

4. Human vs. Animal: Amazingly, these dogs are able to detect the difference between human and animal remains in their tracked area. Using their strong sense of scent, they can work through the woods and ignore the decomposing squirrels and birds while honing in specifically on the scent of a deceased human.

5. Residue Scents: Lastly, did you know that cadaver dogs can detect residue scents? That’s right — if a body or body part was initially placed somewhere and moved by the killer elsewhere, the dog can still identify the scent of death in the area, providing experts with more critical information in closing the case.

Canine Search Teams

At this time, the Guardian reported it is hard to estimate how many cadaver dogs are at large in the U.S. (generally, agencies try and keep these stats under wraps). However, there are more than 500 canine-led search teams working to make the world a safer place. With the average canine completing 18-months to 2-years of training before they receive the official cadaver title, it certainly takes dedication, commitment, and patience from all parties involved. Thankfully, since our furry friends have noses with a smelling ability that is 10–1,000 times greater than ours, they have become one of our greatest security assets.

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Post by crusader 05.07.22 13:56

I bet it can still smell its owner.
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Post by Jill Havern 29.07.22 6:55

Vacuum packed AND sprayed with air fresheners ! lol4


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2022/07/28/kingpin-smuggled-104k-uk-suitcases-sprayed-air-freshener/




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A kingpin of the biggest money laundering conspiracy ever smashed by British investigators smuggled £104 million out of the UK in suitcases sprayed with air fresheners.. Mohammed Ali Bin Beyat ...
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Gang smuggled £104 million out of UK – before police dogs sniffed out their ruse
Criminal kingpin Mohammed Ali Bin Beyat Alfalasi jailed for nine years in biggest money laundering case to ever come before British courts


By Jack Hardy CRIME CORRESPONDENT
28 July 2022 • 9:19pm



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Mohammed Ali Bin Beyat Alfalasi, 47, was on Thursday jailed for nine years for running a network of more than 30 cash mules
A kingpin of the biggest money laundering conspiracy ever smashed by British investigators smuggled £104 million out of the UK in suitcases sprayed with air fresheners.
Mohammed Ali Bin Beyat Alfalasi, 47, was on Thursday jailed for nine years for running a network of more than 30 cash mules who flew dirty cash to Dubai between April 2019 and October 2020.
Dozens of gangs across the UK - thought to predominantly be from the drug trade - paid Alfalasi to launder their cash in the United Arab Emirates before returning it.
His vast criminal enterprise began to unravel after sniffer dogs specially trained to detect wads of bank notes helped to catch one of his couriers, Tara Hanlon, 30, at Heathrow Airport in October 2020.
She was found to have almost £2 million of cash in vacuum-packed bags inside five suitcases as she tried to board a flight to Dubai. She was jailed for nearly three years in July 2021.
Weeks after Hanlon was arrested, another cash mule carrying £1.4 million in three suitcases was stopped as he tried to board a flight to Dubai at Heathrow.
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Some of the money found in the possession of Tara Hanlon when she was stopped at Heathow Airport in 2020 with almost £2 million of cash in vacuum-packed bags CREDIT: National Crime Agency
The smuggling gang had made a failed attempt to throw the sniffer dogs off the scent by spraying the money with either coffee or air-freshener.


Investigators from the National Crime Agency (NCA) were then able to use the evidence built up during the two cases to persuade authorities in Dubai to help them investigate the criminal network.
They were soon able to establish Alfalasi’s senior role in the conspiracy after finding his name on letters provided by a Dubai-registered company, Omnivore Gold Trading LLC, to cover the cash declarations made by the couriers upon arrival in Dubai.
His phone number and email address was also connected to the flight bookings he had made for the cash mules, who were found to be predominantly women.
Alfalasi arrested in Belgravia home
Alfalasi was eventually arrested at the lavish Belgravia home of his wife’s family in December 2021 when, to the surprise of police, he made a visit to the UK.
The NCA said they had uncovered more than 80 smuggling trips between London and Dubai over the 18-month period, involving both Alfalasi and his couriers, who carried around £104 million in criminal cash. It is the biggest money-laundering case to ever come before British courts.
Alfalasi pleaded guilty to removing criminal property and on Thursday was handed a sentence of nine years and seven months by Judge Simon Davis at Isleworth Crown Court.
Tara Hanlon. Just weeks after she was arrested, another cash mule carrying £1.4 million in three suitcases was stopped as he tried to board a flight to Dubai at Heathrow CREDIT: Yui Mok
Ian Truby, a senior investigating officer at the NCA, said: “Cash is the lifeblood of organised crime groups which they reinvest into activities such as drug trafficking which fuel violence around the world.
“Disrupting the supply of illicit cash is a priority for the NCA and our partners.”
Each courier was said to have been paid between £3,000 to £8,000 per trip, depending on how much cash they were smuggling, with suitcases containing up to £500,000 in banknotes.
Investigators are still unsure exactly how the money was laundered once it arrived in the UAE, but it may have been used to acquire gold in Africa.
It is believed that several other senior figures in the conspiracy remain at large, including a woman called Michelle Clarke who British authorities are “actively seeking” for helping to recruit couriers in Dubai.

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Post by Verdi 29.07.22 13:52

If he was moving dirty lucre from Dubai to London, bravo I say- every little bit helps as the old lady said when she weed in the sea.

If however he was moving dirty lucre from London to Dubai, well ....

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There will be thousands of people wanting to adopt them now they have been seen on tv.

Beautiful dogs.
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