• Pup-In-Training Joins Museum Staff To Sniff Out Pests & Protect Precious Artwork

    One year ago - By iHeart Dogs

    Three-month-old Riley is currently a gangly-legged, floppy-eared puppy. But with a little growing and a lot of training, he will soon become a vital asset to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston .
    The gorgeous Weimeraner pup was chosen for his breed's intelligence and powerful sense of smell. Riley will use these gifts to sniff out moths and other pests that could potentially damage the museum's precious artwork.
    Staff believe Riley will be the very first museum dog with this particular job.
    Nicki Luongo, Riley's owner and trainer, is in charge of protective services at the MFA. She said in a...
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