July 4, 2008, Newsletter Issue #243: Canine Careers

Tip of the Week

Dogs were originally bred for a variety of specific tasks ranging from hunting to herding to life as companion animals. Today, dogs can hold a variety of careers. Here's a partial list of some jobs that dogs have:

Therapy Dogs These canines help bring cheer to a broad range of people including disadvantaged children, the elderly, and those recovering from psychological trauma.

Canine Search and Rescue Dogs These dogs go where disasters strike and help to find and rescue folks who need help.

Narcotic and Drug Dogs Canines in narcotic and drug work sniff out illegal substances for law enforcement.

Canine Actors They're highly trained entertainment professionals. These dogs appear in films, television shows, commercials, and live performances.

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