A pitbull mix named Ghost was deemed “unadoptable” by animal control officials in Florida because he is deaf, First Coast News reports.
But a rescue organization moved Ghost to Port Angeles in Washington state, where he was spotted by dog trainer Barb Davenport, who is also K-9 Program Manager for the state’s Department of Corrections.
“It seems to make him even more focused,” she said.
Davenport has been training drug search dogs for the state since the 1980s. She says Ghost is the state’s first deaf dog, and she thinks he may be the first in the country.
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