This might be one of the more heartbreaking things you'll read all day.
In terribly sad news, a puppy being trained to detect explosives at the Auckland International Airport in New Zealand was shot and killed on Friday.
Grizz, the 10-month-old bearded collie and german short-haired pointer mix, was only six months from graduating from his program with the New Zealand Aviation Security Service AKA Avsec when he was fatally shot by police after escaping loose on the airport tarmac.
According to a report, the pup escaped his handler after being spooked, and disrupted around 16 flights.
Inspector Tracy Phillips said of the decision to kill Grizz, saying: