Midge is One Hot Ho!!!
Everyone knows I have a fascination with small animals that hold some kind of special skill. Lewis the cat's special skill was being a bad ass bitch. So...I introduce you to Midge. She is a 6-pound chihuahua/terrier mix that can sniff out a bag of cocaine faster than you can say "Blohan". Midge has been paired with Brutus to bring down the drug pushers in Ohio.
Like many police departments, Geauga County has had German shepherds and Labrador retrievers for years. In fact, visitors often ask, "Is the big dog out?" -- referring to 125-pound (56-kilogram) Brutus, says Lt. Tom McCaffrey, Brutus' handler.
Still, Brutus' intimidating, deep-pitched bark disappears when Midge -- her name is short for midget -- playfully wrestles with him in the grass outside the old jail. That's where the dogs participate in narcotics training, where Midge watches the bigger dog maneuver through cabinets, heating vents and other spaces in search of marijuana.
Police dogs must pass a test in which they successfully search for drugs in several places to get state certification. Then they can officially become K-9s and conduct legal searches. McClelland hopes Midge will receive her working papers when she is about a year old.
McClelland's idea of using smaller dogs was reinforced when he returned from vacationing in Canada and saw U.S. Customs officials using beagles to sniff luggage.
The sheriff seems to be part of a trend, as others are training smaller dogs for police uses.
They seriously should send Midge undercover in Hollywood. I know Tinkerbell is a straight-up heroin user. Don't even get me started on the kinds of drugs Baby Luv uses.