That’s Schody, a Belgian Malinois who sniffs for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Schody and his pet, DNR Officer Scott Staples, were called in after Kent Olson used a five finger discount card on a pellet gun at a Walmart in Cloquet, MN. When chased by the local 5-0, Olson tossed the gun in some woods before being nabbed. Schody knew the added evidence would help in the prosecution and located the gun almost 24 hours after it was ditched in some tall grass. “In the real world, you work what you can with them. I’ve never done a search that long afterward; it kind of surprised me. I’m guessing that the gun still had some human odor on it that he grabbed it and picked it up.” Impressive, even for a canine nose. And Schody shows remarkably good trigger discipline, too.