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I would describe Diesel as a miniature version of me.
He is small, he is loud, and he is sassy.
He thinks that he's the center of my attention all the time.
But I am very strict with him because he is not a pet.
My role here at the airport is to make people feel safe.
We want people to know that there's a security presence here and that if there's something here, we're going to find it.
We're looking for explosives or anything suspicious.
We do everything from checking cars, bags, garbage cans, passengers lining up...
We go to the restricted side, we can do planes.
So, we're very universal here.
We are working a lot with the police and we respond to a lot of serious calls.
And then, a lot of it is also us training, to make sure that Diesel stays on his toes and he knows that he's not just strolling around the airport for fun.
Yes! Good boy!
The reason why we train so much is because, in an environment like this, it's very unique.
There's people everywhere.
People who don't speak English, people who are scared of dogs, which is something that I deal with a lot.
When Diesel finds something, you can tell a switch goes off in his brain.
Like he becomes very serious and very focused.
He doesn't care about food, he doesn't care about toys, until he finds what he's looking for.
Yes! Good boy!
Good job! Good boy!
I have always been pretty determined about what I wanted to do.
I knew that I wanted to work with animals. I just didn't know how to get into that.
So, I decided to go into law enforcement studies.
And Securiguard actually came to my school and did a presentation about their canine program.
As soon as I saw that this was a possibility, I was like, right in.
It didn't feel like work when I was training, and it didn't feel like work when I was working.
So, I was like, "This is great. They're paying me to do stuff that I'd be doing anyways."
Yes, this is the best job ever, but it's also a lifestyle.
People think that the dog is in a room at the airport when we go home at night, which is not true.
I mean, Diesel is with me all the time.
You need to take care of this animal 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
But, if it's your passion, it doesn't feel like work.
And I don't see a better thing that I could be doing.
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