Water companies turn to Snipe the spaniel to help them sniff out leaks ahead of hosepipe ban

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Snipe, Britain's first sniffer dog trained to detect water leaks, has been recruited to help United Utilities (UU). Pictured with Snipe are trainers Luke Jones and Ross Stephenson, and UU's Hannah Wardle.
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