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Puppy-in-training

Puppy-in-training

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Photo by:Tracey Shelton

Four-and-a-half-month-old David, the youngest of 12 pups at the Cambodian Mine Action Center training facility in Kampong Chhnang, waits for his trainer Nguon Thy last month. David is still training with rags and a rubber Kong, but at eight months he will begin training with TNT. Nguon Thy says there are currently 85 mine-sniffing dogs working in Cambodia.

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