While Harry has some catching up to do, the CIA is confident that the pup, the only male in his class, will make a great detection dog

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The CIA shared the “pupdate” on its blog, introducing the “high energy fella” from Susquehanna Service Dogs. Since Harry, the youngest in his class, is joining the program a few weeks in, he has some catching up to do, but the CIA isn’t too worried about the Labrador acing his cram session.

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“He’s a goofy, high energy fella who loves to jump and play. At just over a year old, he’s the youngest pup in the class, but has an incredible drive to learn and is super smart,” CIA staff writes in a post on handsome Harry, who is also the one male in his training class. “Harry’s got a lot of work to do to catch up to the ladies, but our training staff is ready to put in the extra time and attention it will require.”

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Unlike his predecessor Lulu, Harry is eager to sniff where he is told and seek out target spots set by his trainers. A loyal, attentive, fit and courageous canine, he is the ideal government employee — and the CIA seems confident that the program is a good fit for this fido.