American museums began to train dogs to search for both works of art and insects that harm them.
If dogs are looking for drugs and bombs, it means that they can help with artistic values. Teaching this four-legged decided in Philadelphia. The initiative partner, the Pennsylvania University Archeology Museum, has already provided its exhibits for training. Training will begin, as it should, from ancient art – monuments from Syria and Iran. Meanwhile, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is preparing a dog patrol from Weimar Dug, who will track down insects that are harmful to art. When asked why they chose this breed, the museum replied that these dogs have a short tail, which affects the exhibits less. The threat of insects is a problem recognized in the world; there is even an applied discipline – museum entomology.