Simon Brown, a director of Sniffers
Pet Care, said the firm had outgrown its existing premises and added: "We are expanding rapidly with growth up 25% year on year.
dog has since been withdrawn from service.
embeds unique action-packed, physics-based game mechanism with user control over when and how the different Sniffers
characters are utilized in the game.
For more versatility, cops can turn to General Electric's VaporTracer, a seven-pound handheld particle sniffer
that can test for a wide range of drugs and explosives in only a few seconds.
An important effect of petrol sniffing is reduced participation in schooling, due to the effects of late nights, the "hangover" effects of petrol sniffing (Morice et al., 1981), reduced cognitive functioning and the teachers' unwillingness to have students who were identified as being sniffers
in their classes.
Through a GUI connection, more complex probes and sniffers
can create traffic reports and statistics, as well as back multiple sessions.
Thanks to the Sniffers
' efforts, over pounds 64,000 has been raised over the last two decades - and a decent amount of Stilton and Port consumed, too.
SAY CHEESE: Sniffers
Alan Jones, Gordon Harvey, Mike Butler, Peter Webber, John James and Steve Russell enjoy their last "sampling" at their headquarters in The New Inn until the auction is completed
By contrast with application response measurement, network "sniffers
" are noninvasive devices installed in the network to read application information from packets as they pass by or through the box.
A slightly quicker and cheaper detective is the "super sniffer
" - a device that inhales, vapors on the outside of a suitcase to determine whether explosives are concealed inside.
Now the dog section, which has five sniffers
and two in training, now needs a new recruit - a spaniel or labrador aged between 12 months and two years.
Chomp is introducing Sniffers
101, which are called by company officials the ultimate training bits.