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Auburn trained dogs working at inauguration

Dogs trained by Auburn University's Canine Detection Training Program will be working to keep people safe at the inauguration.

Approximately 30 explosive detector dog teams that are currently working with Amtrak will be used to secure the railways between Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.

In addition, the U.S. Capitol Police requested the use of dogs trained at Auburn to screen the public at the event's entrance points.

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