They're not all good dogs: TSA prefers floppy-eared pups at airports

Expect to see more floppy-eared good boys at your local airport in 2019. 

In an effort to put passengers at ease, the Transportation Security Administration says it is deploying more floppy-eared dogs to detect explosives in airports. Their pointy-eared brethren, apparently, tend to make us more nervous.    

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“We find the passenger acceptance of floppy-ear dogs is just better,” TSA Administrator David Pekoske told the Washington Examiner. He added that a pup with downward-facing dog ears is "just a little bit less of a concern. Doesn’t scare children." Read more...

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