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These Dogs Are Training To Become CIA Agents And They're Doing A Very Good Job, Yes, They Are

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"Our K9 officers serve as the first line of defense against explosive threats to Agency personnel & buildings at HQ and abroad," the CIA wrote on Twitter. "Our K9s are also on-call 24/7 to assist local law enforcement, first responders, and other federal government agencies search for explosives."

After some testing, six puppies were chosen! The first four— named Suni, Indigo, Freya, and Nicole—will be CIA dogs. The other two, Heide and Lulu, are being trained for local law enforcement. Oh, and all the pups are girls!

Here is one of the pups getting trained to sniff on command! She was sooo excited to do a good job!

Trainer presents tin to pup who sniffs it Trainer then erupts into squeals of delight, jumps around & tells them th… https://t.co/CDG7Vvf41y

The dogs will learn to detect more than 20,000 different explosive mixtures, according to the CIA.

In less than 6 weeks, the pups will be able to successfully detect more than 20,000 different explosive mixtures.

They take their job very seriously!

Pups figure out within minutes that if they show interest in the little metal can trainer is holding, they’ll recei… https://t.co/6jvWznvcUN

Stephanie McNeal is a social news editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

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