Momo, a seven year old, brown and white, long haired Chihuahua, has become one of Japan’s newest police dogs. She is one of the 32 successful candidates (out of 70), who has passed a search and rescue test by finding a person in five minutes after sniffing only their hat. Momo is an ideal search and rescue dog for emergency situations, like earthquakes, because she may be able to squeeze her little body into places that most other police dogs would not fit into. She officially starts her new job this upcoming January! Congratulations Momo! Check out this adorable clip of Momo in action from ITN news.