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Eight Foxgrove Tollers have graduated from the CBSA (Canada Border Services Agency) training program. CBSA has very high standards and only 1 out of 10 dogs submitted to the evaluation process is accepted into the program.

Detector dogs are trained to indicate narcotics and/or large amounts of currency. Dogs will sit beside the source of the trained odour. The docile and friendly nature of the dogs allows handlers to circulate among arriving passengers.

You may see them working in prisons, at the airport and at border crossings throughout Canada.

For more info visit the CBSA website.

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