Central Intelligence Agency dog dropped after turning her nose up at training

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"Sometimes the pup is bored and just needs extra playtime or more challenges, sometimes the dog need a little break, and sometimes it's a minor medical condition like a food allergy requiring switching to a different kibble".

A sniffer dog in training at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the United States has been asked to leave her class.

A few weeks into her training, Lulu began to exhibit signs of disaffection with detecting explosive odors.

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It says trainers' top concern is the physical and mental well-being of the dogs, so they made the "extremely hard decision" to do what's best for Lulu and drop her from the program.

Luckily, Lulu was adopted by her handler and seems to be thriving at her new home where she has a new dog friend and gets to play with kids and chase squirrels all day.

Clearly, Lulu had big dreams and she trusted that greater things were in store for her!

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It said in a series of tweets on Wednesday: "Our trainers" top concern is physical & mental well-being of K9s.

Lulu, an adorable black Labrador, was dropped from a Central Intelligence Agency training program after refusing to become a bomb-sniffing pup.

So the force "fired" the smallest puppy in its class, a call it described as "difficult" but "the best for Lulu".

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"Lulu was no longer interested in searching for explosives", the blog wrote. Instead, this just isn't the job they are meant for. She's now adjusting to a regular pet's life by spending her days "playing with his kids, sniffing out rabbits and squirrels in the backyard and eating meals and snacks out of a dog dish". In the photo, Lulu looks forlornly at the camera and we're pretty sure she's thinking something along the lines of "I'm over this".

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