I was recently invited to attend an intensive Search and Rescue training in Monterey, CA. In early August, I’ll watch as these phenomenal dogs sniff out many things, including fresh tracks and, er, cadaver scents. I’m excited about my upcoming weekend where I’ll see a dog’s sense of smell in action, which is better than any machine out there for this kind of detection.
People have known for millennia that a dog’s sense of smell is very different than ours. But science has …
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