September 2, 2014
Students at Peavine Elementary got a lesson this morning on landmines.
Rosa, an eleven-year-old Belgian MAL-en-WA, visited the school.
She's one of eight hundred dogs that's used to sniff out explosives in war-torn countries.
Abandoned landmines threaten millions of people, including children.
The Marshall Legacy Institute was formed eight years ago...using these specialized dogs in more than twenty four countries.
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