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Scooby the Sniffer Dog

Series about what it really means to have a pet. Jamie's dad is a policeman and works with Scooby, a sniffer dog. Jamie finds out exactly what Scooby does.


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-Hello, welcome to My Pet And Me. I'm Ferne...

-And I'm Rory.

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We're just about to give Gertie her dinner.

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Remember to feed all the hungry animals every day.

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-Plenty of water, don't forget.

-That's true. Very important.

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Animals make brilliant pets, we love coming to meet you and yours.

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-We do. It's fantastic.

-What are you up to today?

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I'm just about to meet new friends - and you can come along.

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-See you later.

-See you.

-Come on.

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# My Pet, My Pet And Me

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# My Pet, My Pet And Me

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# Down every street

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# Are pets to meet

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# Some big, some small

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# Some scaly, some furry

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# Some keep very still

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# Some are always in a hurry

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# Some have four paws

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# Some have sharp claws

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-# Some quack.

-Some bark

-Some purr.

-Some moo

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-# Some cry.

-Some squawk

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# Some cock-a-doodle-do

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# My Pet, My Pet And Me

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# My Pet, My Pet And Me

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# My Pet, My Pet And Me

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# Have you met My Pet And Me? #

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Today, I'm in Hampshire to see Jamie and his clever dog,

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and I can't wait to meet them.

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-Hi. BOTH:

-Hi, Ferne.

-Hello. You must be Jamie.

-Yeah.

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-And Harry and your dad, Mark.

-Hi, Ferne.

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Jamie, I hear you have a really special dog

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that you'd like me to meet.

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-Can we go see him?

-Come on in.

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-Is this your gorgeous dog, Jamie?

-Yes.

-He's beautiful.

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-What's his name?

-Scooby.

-Hi, Scooby.

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-Lovely to meet you. What type of dog is Scooby?

-A springer spaniel.

-OK.

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Springer spaniels are very energetic,

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and they can be affectionate, too.

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They're known for having a great sense of smell,

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and love finding things.

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Look at that nose. It's a perfect nose for sniffing, isn't it?

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-How old is Scooby?

-Four.

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Wow, so he's still quite young, isn't he?

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-Yeah.

-And I hear that he has a really important job.

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-What's his job?

-Being a sniffer dog.

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-Oh! That is great! Who is he a sniffer dog for?

-The police.

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-Does he work with you, Mark?

-I work for the police,

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-and Scooby helps me sniff out things.

-That is really important.

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Jamie's dad Mark is a police officer.

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Scooby's a sniffer dog for the police.

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Sniffer dogs, also known as working dogs,

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are specially trained to find things that hurt people.

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Dogs like Scooby live with their handlers. When they retire,

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-they often become family pets. That would be great.

-Yes.

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He's too busy working now. Yes, you are.

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Rory, can you tell us some more facts

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about these super clever working dogs?

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Of course, Ferne.

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The police use lots of different types of dogs

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such as German shepherds...

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..Labradors,

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and spaniels.

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Lots of sniffer dogs are trained through playing games.

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They are always rewarded when they find something.

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A dog's sense of smell is much stronger than a human's,

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so that's why the police have them as part of their team.

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Scooby has a very important job, but just like all dogs,

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-he needs lots of looking after, doesn't he, Jamie?

-Yeah.

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What are the things you need to do to care for him?

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Groom him, feed him, exercise and play.

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-That is a long list, isn't it?

-Yeah.

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-Where are we now?

-In his kennel.

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-This is his kennel? It's massive.

-Yeah.

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He's very lucky.

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Kennels are special houses for dogs,

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and this one is ideal for Scooby

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cos there's lots of space to move around

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-and it looks quite cosy...

-Yeah.

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..for a nice little dog snooze - but why does he have a kennel?

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Why isn't he in the house?

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He's more used to being outside instead of inside.

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-Because he's a working dog?

-Yes.

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-What is the first thing we should do today?

-Take him for a walk.

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-Shall we go?

-Yeah.

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Come on, Scooby.

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Springer spaniels are one of the most energetic breeds of dogs

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so they need lots and lots of exercise.

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We've found the perfect park to take Scooby.

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So we have our poo bags here. Shall we let him off the lead?

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Let him have a run around?

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Go on, Scoobs.

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-He loves coming to the park.

-I can see why.

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There's so much room for him to run around.

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He's so quick, isn't he? Look at those ears fly back in the wind.

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-I think he looks like a little aeroplane.

-Yes.

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Come on, Scoobs.

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Good boy.

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Dogs like Scooby need lots and lots of exercise,

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and it's really important

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to take them for a lovely, long walk every day.

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-Isn't that right?

-Yeah.

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Looks like this is the perfect time to use these poo bags.

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Thanks, Scooby.

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-Shall we go put this in the bin?

-Yeah.

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-That was a great walk, wasn't it?

-Yeah.

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-So what do we need to do now to look after Scooby?

-Groom him.

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-Shall we get started?

-Yeah.

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It's very important to groom your dog's coat often

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so you can get rid of any dirt, dust or tangles.

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You should be very careful so that you don't harm them.

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How often do you groom Scooby?

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-Once a week.

-That is perfect.

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What's your brush for?

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-Mine is getting rid of all the tangles.

-OK.

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Very gentle.

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-Well, his coat is looking lovely now.

-Yeah.

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So what do we need to do next?

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-We need to give him water and some food.

-That sounds good.

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It's important to feed your dog

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a little while after they go for a walk,

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and not before, because it's just like us,

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it's not very nice for them to exercise on a full tummy.

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So how often do you feed Scooby?

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-Twice a day.

-That's perfect.

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-Once in the morning and in the evening?

-Yes.

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That's great, because he's really active.

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So we've got his food ready for him. What else does he need?

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-Water.

-That's great. Do you want to get his bowl and I'll fill it up?

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It's really important for dogs to be able to access water

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all the time, especially working dogs like Scooby.

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They need to drink a lot of it.

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Thank you.

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So we've walked him, we've groomed him

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and his coat is nice and shiny.

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He's got his food and his water,

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-shall we get Scooby in for some dinner?

-Yeah.

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-Come on, Scooby.

-Come on, Scoobs.

-Come on. Oh!

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Good boy.

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-Shall we leave him to his food?

-Yeah.

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-And we have to go...

-Wash our hands.

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Come on.

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My Pet And me.

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Springer spaniels are very playful,

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and it's really important to take time out

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to play with them and to give them lots of love and attention.

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If Scooby could do absolutely anything in the world, Jamie,

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what would he do?

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If Scooby could do anything, he would be an amazing fire dog.

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And would save kittens that are stuck up tall trees.

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He wears a red helmet...

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He carries a ladder on his back.

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KITTEN MEOWS

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And once he's rescued the kittens, he gets a nice bone to chew on.

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This is Jamie's dad's van,

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and we have permission from the police to have a look inside.

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There's even a special kennel here for Scooby. It's fantastic.

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-When does Scooby go in the van?

-When he goes to work.

-OK.

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-Does he wear anything when he's working?

-His harnesses.

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-This one?

-Yeah.

-Scooby wears a harness

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so that he knows he's working.

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All police dogs wear harnesses so that the public

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know they're working and don't touch them.

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That's really important.

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And, Jamie, I couldn't help but notice these.

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-What are they?

-Scooby's shoes.

-He's got shoes? That's fantastic.

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Little Scooby booties.

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That's really clever,

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cos the pads at the bottom of a dog's feet are soft,

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and they can get hurt easily.

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-So this helps him when he's walking about at work.

-Yeah.

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Here comes Scooby now. Hi.

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Hello, Scooby.

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-Up.

-Up.

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Oh, good boy.

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Ferne, we're off to the dog school. Would you like to come along?

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I'd love to. A school for dogs! That sounds like fun.

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-Shall we go?

-Yeah.

-OK.

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Jamie's dad has got his police uniform on,

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and it's time for dog school.

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It takes about ten weeks to train a dog like Scooby.

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They also receive training throughout their working lives

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which lasts 7 to 8 years.

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Is this one of Scooby's training activities?

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This is one of the exercises we set up for dogs like Scooby.

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Amongst the suitcases, we've hidden a scent for him.

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Let's see if he can find it.

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-Do you think he'll be quick?

-I hope so.

-So do I. Good luck, Scooby.

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He's really quick, isn't he?

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What does he do when he finds something?

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-If he sits down and wags his tail, then that means he's found it.

-OK.

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-I think he's found the right suitcase.

-That means he's found it.

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-So what does he get?

-A tennis ball.

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-Well done, Scoobs.

-Good boy, Scooby.

-That was so speedy.

-Well done.

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Good boy.

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What a hero. Good boy.

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-Is this another one of Scooby's training exercises?

-That's right.

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This is an exercise like the last one.

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Instead of suitcases, Scooby will search

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for a scent hidden in one of the cars.

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It's a lot bigger. We're outside, is that why he's wearing his boots?

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Yeah, cos they're old cars.

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They might have jagged sharp bits of metal on them.

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-We don't want him to cut his paws.

-Perfect.

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All right, good luck, Scooby.

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-Shall we stand back here and watch?

-Yeah.

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Sit.

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Do you think these cars will be tougher for him than the cases?

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Yeah. I think he's going to find it.

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-Do you reckon? I reckon so too. Come on, Scooby!

-Go on, Scoobs.

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And his tail is going everywhere.

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-He's really happy with this one, too.

-Yeah.

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It looks like he's found something.

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Yes, he sat down. That means he definitely found the scent.

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-Ha-ha-ha-ha.

-That was excellent.

-Well done.

-Well done, Scooby.

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Well done. You're an absolute champion.

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-Oh. He did such a great job, didn't he?

-Very good.

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Jamie, I have had such a fantastic time with you

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and your super sniffer dog Scooby.

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I learned so much. And thank you very much, Mark.

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-You're welcome.

-Thank you, Scooby.

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My Pet And Me.

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-Hi, Rory.

-Oh, hi, Ferne. How was your day?

-It was fantastic.

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-I made really great friends, and I had a fun day.

-Brilliant.

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I've been busy cleaning out the stables.

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-It's looking great, well done.

-Thank you.

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Pets are great - but remember,

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don't touch an animal unless the owner says it's OK.

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Two pets you CAN play with are ours.

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Go to the CBeebies website and play the My Pet And Me game.

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What a fantastic time we've had.

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We just love meeting you and your pets.

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# Today we met

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# A lovely pet

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# We see how much you care for them

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# Thank you so much sharing them

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# Time for us to

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# Just remind you

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# After you've played with your pet

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# Wash your hands

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# Don't forget!

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# It doesn't matter what pet you've got

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# You might have one, you might not

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# It's still fun finding out

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# What having a pet is all about

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# My Pet, My Pet And Me

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# My Pet, My Pet And Me

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# My Pet, My Pet And Me

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# Come back and see My Pet And Me. #

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-ALL:

-Bye!

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Ferne visits Jamie and Scooby. Scooby is a police sniffer dog. Jamie's dad is a police officer and Scooby goes to work with him every day. Jamie and Ferne go along to Jamie's dad's work to find out exactly what Scooby does.