Several dogs from Pembrokeshire based B.W.Y Canine Ltd are to take centre stage in a new TV series, starting on Monday 5th November. The day-to-day work of Stuart Phillips will feature in a number of episodes on the new Quest Red TV series "Dog Detectives".
Catch up on all our latest 'tails' of sniffing success!
United Nations explosive detection dog (EDD) workshop
Stuart Phillips, Managing Director of B.W.Y Canine Ltd spends three days with experts from around the world at the United Nations first ever Explosive Detection Dog (EDD) workshop.
Stuart is pictured at UN City in Copenhagen, Denmark, with dog trainers from Poland, Finland and Holland.
PDSA Petwise in Nottingham
Then B.W.Y Canine 'illegal tobacco crime unit' attends the PDSA Petwise event, with Nottingham City Trading Standards Service.
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Day of action to stamp out illegal tobacco sales in Wales
Sniffer dogs from Pembrokeshire based B.W.Y Canine Ltd and Trading Standards officers have been out in Port Talbot talking to the public about the sale of illegal tobacco in their communities.
It's a part of an international day of action marking World No Tobacco Day.
The three Welsh dogs who have sniffed out more than £12m worth of illegal tobacco
Meet the Welsh dogs with a nose for illegal tobacco.
Spaniels, Yoyo, Scamp and Phoebe, have uncovered more than £12 million of illegal tobacco products in various raids across the UK, working with the police and tranding standards, for example.
Raids across Oxfordshire seize 25,000 illegal cigarettes
More than 25,000 illegal cigarettes have been seized in raids on shops across Oxfordshire.
Trading Standards and police officers discovered the cigarettes - with an estimated street value of £8,000 - at shops in Witney and Cowley.
Illicit tobacco worth £18,000 and hidden behind cellar wall seized from Maidstone shop
llicit tobacco hidden behind a cellar wall by sniffer dogs, which could be opened by a secret button under a false plug unit, has been seized from a shop in Maidstone.
Thanet shops and houses raided in illicit tobacco crackdown
Officers from KCC Trading Standards, Kent Police and HMRC carried out several raids in Thanet this morning (March 26) as part of a wide-scale crackdown on the supply of illicit tobacco on the isle.
Sniffing out illegal tobacco is just the job for this pup
SNIFFER dogs were in the city centre yesterday to mark National No Smoking Day and a Trading Standards crack down on illegal tobacco.