Benzie Central Middle and High Schools had a visitor Thursday, April 16th. He was a Golden Retriever, his name was Tyson, and he was working. Tyson is trained to find drugs, alcohol, even over the counter medicines and the rain didn’t seem to bother him one bit. He still looked forward to a toy each time he hit on something.
“My point for bringing him in was not to catch kids,” said Larry Haughn, Principal at Benzie Central High School. “If we were going to bring in dogs to catch kids, I didn’t want to do it because I was afraid of changing the culture of the school to the negative.” Click here for the rest of the story.