There’s a pint-sized pup preparing to sniff out drugs on the world’s largest naval base.
Meet Puskos, a 15-pound Jagdterrier who is about a fifth the size of a typical military working dog at Naval Station Norfolk.
Puskos’ small stature allows him to fit into tight spaces aboard ships and submarines that would be difficult for a much larger German shepherd or Belgian Malinois. Another advantage of a small dog is that Puskos will be easier to carry down steep ship stairwells. He is the only small dog assigned to Naval Station Norfolk and expected to be certified to search for narcotics by the end of the month. Read More Here