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Working Dogs for Conservation May Be The Key to a Greener World

Finding scat samples in the middle of a Costa Rican forest is neither a glamorous nor easy feat, but a Labrador Retriever named Tigre jumped at the opportunity to help.

“Tigre has a habit of jumping and biting at sleeves when he’s excited, which isn’t a problem for us,” explains Kayla Fratt, an outreach coordinator at Montana-based Working Dogs for Conservation, the world’s leading conservation detection dog organization.

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