Can dogs smell through containers?

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Contrary to popular belief, dogs cannot SMELL THROUGH things.

They can smell under things, around things and into things.

They can even pick out a single smell hidden among thousands of others.

But airtight containers such as glass Mason jars create a vacuum when sealed.

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Signs Dogs Can (or Cannot) Smell into Airtight Containers.

Although man's best friend tends to have a pretty incredible ability to sniff things out, dogs cannot Smell though airtight, vacuum sealed containers.

But containers made from metal or glass are non-porous and will keep all odors inside when vacuum sealed.

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Signs Dogs Can (or Cannot) Smell into Airtight Containers.

Although man's best friend tends to have a pretty incredible ability to sniff things out, dogs cannot Smell though airtight, vacuum sealed containers.

But containers made from metal or glass are non-porous and will keep all odors inside when vacuum sealed.

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Signs Dogs Can (or Cannot) Smell into Airtight Containers.

Although man's best friend tends to have a pretty incredible ability to sniff things out, dogs cannot Smell though airtight, vacuum sealed containers.

But containers made from metal or glass are non-porous and will keep all odors inside when vacuum sealed.

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Dogs cannot smell through material.

The problem is that most material has microscopic pores, which allows odors to permeate.

The longer marijuana is kept there, the more likely it is that a drug-sniffing dog is going to pick up on the scent.

But Dogs have a unique talent in the way they smell.

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Signs Dogs Can (or Cannot) Smell into Airtight Containers.

Although man's best friend tends to have a pretty incredible ability to sniff things out, dogs cannot Smell though Airtight, vacuum sealed containers.

But containers made from metal or glass are non-porous and will keep all odors inside when vacuum sealed.

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Contrary to popular belief, dogs cannot SMELL THROUGH things.

They can smell under things, around things and into things.

And there is nothing for the dog to detect.

Plastic containers are porous, which means that no matter how well they are sealed, odours will eventually secrete through tiny microscopic holes.

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We know that dogs can smell into a container, but they are not able to smell through something that is vacuum-sealed.

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