In this episode, conservation dog team trainer and host James Davis is joined by Kyoko Johnson and Michelle Reynolds from Conservation Dogs of Hawaii.
They talk about training dogs to detect signs of avian botulism in the Hawaiian Islands, and James tries to get the team to spill the beans on some of the other cool projects they’re working on.
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