Dozer is certified to detect seven different types of narcotics and soon, he'll be certified in tracking.
"The certification that we're doing on tracking, it's not all considered to be looking for a bad guy or a criminal," Alvarez said. "He'll be able to be used to track little kids, if a kid is lost in the woods."
But a new dog to sniff out trouble isn't the only change in Huntington.
"We've implemented a new sub-standard building ordinance also we've started cracking down on some of the existing ordinances on clean-up," Chief Steven Sifford said.
They're cleaning up dilapidated and abandoned property that could attract people in drug trade.
"I think it has an indirect effect, if nothing else, on the drugs, the type of people, the type of citizens that you have in the community," Sifford said.
"I want a strong community, a community that people want to live in," Sifford said.