Anya, a the 3-year-old Belgian Malinois, is part of a brand new class of highly trained explosive-detection dogs that are able to identify and track a bomb through an airport, similar to the way a bloodhound tracks people.
“Being at a distance she doesn’t have to go up to an object and sniff. She can detect explosives at a distance. She walks through a crowd and is able to detect and take her partner to the explosives,” explained TIA Police Sgt. Jeff Browning. “That’s a big thing.”