Ammo detection dog arrives in Michigan, begins work at Oxford High School on Monday

It's home sweet home for a 2-year-old Labrador Retriever that will begin security work at Oxford High School next week.
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WATERFORD TOWNSHIP (WWJ) - It's home sweet home for a 2-year-old Labrador Retriever that will begin security work at Oxford High School next week.

Daisy, a trained ammo detection dog, safely arrived in Michigan on Thursday evening to report to her first day of work after flying from Texas with Michigan Insurance and Financial Services President Bryan Ede, the company said on their social media.

"#MIAFSGivesBack and we're so grateful to have had the opportunity to be a part of this in support of #OxfordStrong," the company added on their Facebook post.

Ede, also a pilot and a retired police officer, made the trek to the Lone Star State to get Daisy and fly back, landing at the Oakland County International Airport last night.

It's home sweet home for a 2-year-old Labrador Retriever that will begin security work at Oxford High School next week.
Photo credit Michigan Insurance and Financial Services - Grand Blanc Agency Facebook
It's home sweet home for a 2-year-old Labrador Retriever that will begin security work at Oxford High School next week.
Photo credit Michigan Insurance and Financial Services - Grand Blanc Agency Facebook

As reported by WXYZ, Daisy underwent specialty training in Austin, Texas to sniff out ammunitions and find weapons.

“She is going to be at Oxford High School doing her work as a security officer, basically. She’s going to go out and sniff bags, lockers, all that stuff to make sure there’s no guns, no ammo,” Ede told WXYZ.

The 2-year-old dog will tour the school over the weekend to get a scope on the facility -- she begins her work on the morning of Oct. 10.

Daisy will reportedly live with her handler, how is a security officer at the school and has experience in law enforcement.

Daisy's presence at the school comes 11 months after a deadly mass shooting killed four students and wounded six students and a teacher on Nov. 30, 2021.

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