A service dog named Lulu from the Central intelligence Agency (CIA) dismissed from service due to loss of interest in his work. This is the official website of the Department.
“Our coaches investigative service requires that dogs loved what they were doing. Sometimes they are given to understand that service for finding explosive devices is not for them”, — said in a statement.
The CIA noted that a few weeks after the beginning of the training Lulu began to show that she’s not interested in the search of explosives.
“Like most people, all dogs have good and bad days (…) Dog may be lazy ( … ), Or simply do not show interest in what the teaching,” — said the Agency, adding, in the case of Lulu is not a temporary phenomenon, it’s just not meant for this work.
The dog lost interest in the search for explosive devices, the dog are unable to motivate neither treats nor games.
Usually in such cases, the dog handler, working with an animal, takes it home. The CIA reported that the same happened with Lulu. “Currently, she plays with children of his master, running after rabbits and squirrels in the back yard (…) We will miss Lulu, but it is the right decision. We wish her all the best in her new life,” added the Agency.