Meet the life-saving dogs sniffing out bomb threats
Megyn Kelly TODAY goes inside the security program that’s training dogs to find military-grade explosives and other threats. The canine candidates are found through service dog organizations, where they were rejected, but are now given a second chance to serve. MSA security chairman Michael O’Neil, as well as Jackpot and Barney, two dogs who graduated from the program, join Megyn to discuss how they’re keeping us safe.
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