A CIA employee in training to serve a vital role within the agency has been dropped from her program.
Graduates of the program work for the CIA in the USA and around the world, according to the agency, and can help local law enforcement and others sniff out explosives. Even when they could motivate her with food and play to search, she was clearly not enjoying herself any longer.
She was set to work at the Fairfax County Police Department in Virginia after her rigorous training.
'They made hard decision & did what's best for Lulu: stop her training'. The same is true during our puppy classes.
Lulu was one of six puppies that were selected to undergo 16 weeks of training in order to become some of the CIA's next K9 agents. All dogs, just like most human students, have good days and bad days when learning something new.
"We are sad to announce that Lulu has been dropped from the program".
After a great start to her training in the USA intelligence agency, she began to lose interest in "detecting explosive odours", and was relieved of her duties. They get lazy, stop caring, or just guess to get through it the subject, but usually that bad days only last a day or two. She now lives with her new family and has a pal in fellow labrador, Harry.
'Lulu was adopted by her handler & now enjoys her days playing w his kids & a new friend, & sniffing out rabbits & squirrels in the backyard'.
Central Intelligence Agency recruit dog Lulu, a black Labrador retriever. Freed from the intractable ethical dilemma of wanting to succeed in her field, but not wanting to sacrifice her principles, Lulu found peace.