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Aimee Hurt, director of operations for Working Dogs For Conservation, with the aid of Lily demonstrates a dog's ability to sniff out invasive zebra mussels and their microscopic larvae that can hitch rides on boats that travel from lake to lake.
The demonstration at the Toyota Texas Fest in Frisco other the week was aimed at recruiting boaters' help in stopping the spread by keeping their boats clean, drained, and dry.
Lily, an 8-year-old yellow lab from Montana, knows her invasive species.
Ask her to check out a boat and she puts her nose into action, sniffing for a dozen targets including scat from such endangered animals as gorillas, invasive weeds, rare native plants and zebra mussels.