Lt. Col. Michael Aquino, PSG spokesperson, made the clarification on Wednesday after a Commission on Audit (COA) report said the PSG only had 20 dogs left as of Dec. 31, 2016.
COA said this fell short of the ideal number of 25 dogs needed in “protecting the President through effective bomb detection operations during presidential engagements.”
Aquino said the minimum number of 25 dogs was set in 2016, but the PSG raised it to 30 this year.
“Twenty-five yung ceiling ng aso na kailangan natin, but as of the…
Keep on reading: PSG says it has 27 bomb detection dogs, not 20, as COA reported
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