Scotland Police is lucky to have a hardworking detection dog in Mac. For over four years now, the pooch has been working several functions with the Scotland Police. The dog has helped the Scotland Police in several of their police operations. This, in turn, built an excellent reputation for the pooch and what he can do as a police dog.
One of the achievements of the dog is helping the police seize and uncover illegal drug activities in the country. With the dog’s keen sense of smell, the members of the Scotland Police use this to their advantage. Whenever they have drug bust operation, they let Mac join them to help them confiscate drug items.
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In almost all drug bust operation, Mac has never failed in finding where the illegal drugs are hidden. This is why the Scotland Police is lucky to have the pooch because of the dog’s incredible talent. But more than this, members of the Scotland Police are thankful for the dog. This is because of Mac’s loyalty to the institution.
Recently, supplies of toilet paper have gone low in several supermarkets in the world. The reason remains unknown, but the police officers do not want to experience a shortage during this time. This is why they devised a way to make sure that they do not run out of toilet paper supply inside the police department.
The police officers trained Mac to sniff out toilet papers and identify where the toilet paper is located. Since Mac has a strong sense of smell, he was able to accomplish the task quickly. However, it was all a joke on the part of the police officers. Despite it being part of a fun, the police officers receive an assurance that Mac could track down toilet paper in the event they need would need it.
With all the silly panic buying. We enlisted the help of #PDMac to help find the essentials. Only buy what you need, think of others. #StayAtHome 🏴🐾 pic.twitter.com/OuIPcMfzvL
— Police Scotland Dogs (@polscotdogs) March 25, 2020
Credits to Police Scotland Dogs.
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