Definition of 'sniffer dog'
Example sentences containing 'sniffer dog'
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Police and sniffer dogs found no threat.The Sun (2015) The Sun (2010)
But a sniffer dog would have detected him.The Sun (2010)
Police used drugs sniffer dogs during the search of the house and examined the contents of rubbish bags.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Twelve police with sniffer dogs took nearly two days to unload her hoard into a giant skip and find her body.The Sun (2009)
Forty firefighters rushed to the scene and a police helicopter and sniffer dogs were used amid fears people were trapped under rubble.The Sun (2010)
Undercover cops, sniffer dogs and armed police are on standby.The Sun (2015) Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The experts suggested using specialist British sniffer dogs capable of detecting the scent of dead bodies.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
One woman smuggled into Britain says she was doused in petrol on her journey so she could not be detected by sniffer dogs.Times, Sunday Times (2016) The Sun (2010)
At airports across the US passengers arrived to lengthy security queues and terminals crawling with police and sniffer dogs.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Passengers were trapped in dark carriages without air conditioning as riot police using sniffer dogs, search lights and a helicopter tried to clear the track.Times, Sunday Times (2015) The Sun (2008) The Sun (2015)
People climbed up electricity poles to see her, and 20,000 police with sniffer dogs lined her route.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Police and volunteers searched more than 1,800 premises - with trained sniffer dogs called in and ditches and rivers scoured.The Sun (2008)
COPS were using sniffer dogs to find the mother of a baby abandoned in a park, with her umbilical cord still attached.The Sun (2013)
The corpse, which had not been dismembered, was discovered by a police sniffer dog in a wooded area just off a suburban street.The Sun (2013)
A sniffer dog trained to detect human remains reacted positively when shown the pieces, found in the same place as a child's skull.The Sun (2008)
Definition of sniffer dog from the Collins English Dictionary
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