Lulu photographed during explosives training.

Some jobs are just not a good fit. That seems to have been the case for a certain canine trainee named Lulu at the Central Intelligence Agency.
The black Labrador was in an intensive course of study to learn how to sniff out bombs. But Lulu just wasn’t that interested.
“[It’s] imperative that the dogs enjoy the job they’re doing,” the CIA writes in a news release on Wednesday announcing Lulu’s reassignment to her handler’s living room.
If you’re a dog, sniffing out explosives is apparently one of those jobs that you either love or hate. And Lulu just couldn’t muster the mojo for poking her muzzle into metal cans and around concrete blocks hoping to catch the distinctive aroma of C-4 or some other bomb component.
“Sometimes, even when a pup tests well and they successfully learn how to detect explosive odors, they make it clear that being an explosive detection K9 is …
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