Employing bloodhounds and robo-calling the local neighborhood are two lesser-known methods that helped this Maryland family reunite with their beloved four-legged friend.
The 13-week-old Bloodhound puppies will eventually join the Fairfax Police Department's K-9 unit.
D.C. police will introduce a new bloodhound Thursday that will be able to track people over long distances.
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