- Review your security settings on each site you use. (Better to have a higher privacy setting than low).
MSA would like to share the following tips to help you and your favorite canine beat the heat in dog days of summer!
- Don’t leave your dog unattended in a car. Temperatures can rise to dangerous levels quickly, even with the windows open, and can put your dog at risk of heatstroke or death.
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MSA’s Explosive Detection Canine (EDC) program deploys trained explosive detection dogs and their handlers to protect the personnel and property of corporate and government clients throughout the country. Our EDC blog highlights some of these hard working teams, both on and off the job!Read More
MSA is a proud supporter of veterans. Many of our Explosive Detection Canine Handlers have prior military experience, and were actively involved in working with K9 soldiers during their tenure. As we continue to salute the achievements of working dogs, we would like to share their heartwarming stories of courage and friendship.
1. Dogs are considered the most effective bomb detectors. With nearly $19 billion spent on research and development, no machine or technological advancement has proven to be more successful in detecting explosives than a dog.
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All of MSA’s Explosive Detection Canine (EDC) handlers emanate from specialized law enforcement organizations or military units. Several of our handlers, such as Staff Sergeant Paul Eldridge, also served as canine handlers while in the military.