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Dandy, a drug and alcohol sniffing dog, sits to signal to her handler that she has found drugs or alcohol in a locker at Prospect High School. The scent was from an asthma inhaler.
Dandy, a drug and alcohol sniffing dog, sits to signal to her handler that she has found drugs or alcohol in a locker at Prospect High School. The scent was from an asthma inhaler.
DAILY HERALD 2004 FILE PHOTO
Golden Retriever Dandy of Interquest Detection Canines of the Chicagoland area walks the halls of Prospect High School and sniffs lockers.
Golden Retriever Dandy of Interquest Detection Canines of the Chicagoland area walks the halls of Prospect High School and sniffs lockers.
DAILY HERALD 2004 FILE PHOTO
Dandy, a golden retriever, gets attention in a social studies class at Stevenson high School. She was with handler Glenn VadeBonCoeur of Interquest Detection Canines of Chicagoland and was being introduced to the students.
Dandy, a golden retriever, gets attention in a social studies class at Stevenson high School. She was with handler Glenn VadeBonCoeur of Interquest Detection Canines of Chicagoland and was being introduced to the students.
DAILY HERALD 2005 FILE PHOTO
Dandy, a drug and alcohol sniffing dog, is a hit with the students between classes at Prospect High School.
Dandy, a drug and alcohol sniffing dog, is a hit with the students between classes at Prospect High School.
DAILY HERALD 2004 FILE PHOTO
A locker is checked by Dr.Pat Tedaldi after Dandy, a drug and alcohol sniffing dog, signaled the presence of contraband at Prospect High School. It turned out to be an asthma inhaler.
A locker is checked by Dr.Pat Tedaldi after Dandy, a drug and alcohol sniffing dog, signaled the presence of contraband at Prospect High School. It turned out to be an asthma inhaler.
DAILY HERALD 2004 FILE PHOTO
Dandy, a drug and alcohol sniffing dog, examines a student's car at Prospect High School.
Dandy, a drug and alcohol sniffing dog, examines a student's car at Prospect High School.
DAILY HERALD 2004 FILE PHOTO
Glenn VadeBonCoeur and his Golden Retriever, Dandy of Interquest Detection Canines of the Chicagoland area, walk the halls of Prospect High School and sniff lockers. Here junior Agnes Dada gets a dog kiss from Dandy.
Glenn VadeBonCoeur and his Golden Retriever, Dandy of Interquest Detection Canines of the Chicagoland area, walk the halls of Prospect High School and sniff lockers. Here junior Agnes Dada gets a dog kiss from Dandy.
DAILY HERALD 2004 FILE PHOTO
Glenn VadeBonCoeur and Dandy head to the stage to accept the "Horizons for Youth" award at the Mount Prospect Shining Star Awards.
Glenn VadeBonCoeur and Dandy head to the stage to accept the "Horizons for Youth" award at the Mount Prospect Shining Star Awards.
DAILY HERALD 2008 FILE PHOTO
Dandy, 11, was one of the first public safety dogs in Illinois. She passed away last week after nearly a decade of working in schools in the Chicago suburbs.
Dandy, 11, was one of the first public safety dogs in Illinois. She passed away last week after nearly a decade of working in schools in the Chicago suburbs.
Photo courtesy of Glenn VandeVonCoeur
Dandy, 11, was one of the first public safety dogs in Illinois. She passed away last week after nearly a decade of working in schools in the Chicago suburbs.
Dandy, 11, was one of the first public safety dogs in Illinois. She passed away last week after nearly a decade of working in schools in the Chicago suburbs.
Photo courtesy of Glenn VandeVonCoeur
Dandy, 11, was one of the first public safety dogs in Illinois. She passed away last week after nearly a decade of working in schools in the Chicago suburbs.
Dandy, 11, was one of the first public safety dogs in Illinois. She passed away last week after nearly a decade of working in schools in the Chicago suburbs.
Photo courtesy of Glenn VandeVonCoeur
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