Poor treatment of working dogs occurs across the government

That sniffing dog at the airport? It’s one of 5,000 pooches federal agencies put to work to detect explosives and drugs or aid law enforcement and anti-terror work worldwide. But, unfortuately, the dogs don’t always get the humane treatment they deserve. That’s according to the Government Accountability Office. To learn more, Federal Drive host Tom Temin talked with Steve Morris, Director of Natural Resource and Environmental Issues at the Government Accountability Office.