Dogs are commonly used by the police force for the detection due to their strong senses of smell. But some dogs have set a standard by their unbelievable performance and have made an unforgettable place in history. The name Zanjeer comes from the 1973 Hindi film Zanjeer but he was also called “Ginger” because of his coat color and was an adorable Labrador. Not including his contributions during the 1993 attacks, Zanjeer helped to recover 11 military bombs, 57 country-made bombs, 175 petrol bombs, and 600 detonators. Zanjeer was trained at the Dog Training Centre of the Criminal Investigation Department at Shivaji Nagar in Pune, India. He joined the Bombay Police Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad on 29 December 1992 and was handled by Ganesh Andale and V G Rajput. Not including his contributions during the 1993 attacks, Zanjeer helped to recover 11 military bombs, 57 country-made bombs, 175 petrol bombs and 600 detonators. During the time of the 1993 Bombay Bombings in March, Zanjeer helped avert at least three more attacks in Bombay, Mumbra and Thane The first incident happened on 15 March 1993 when Zanjeer alerted his handlers to a scooter bomb on Dhanji Street that contained RDX explosives and gelatin sticks. He was then called to the scene of ten unclaimed suitcases outside the Siddhivinayak Temple where the dog detected three Type 56 rifles , five 9-mm pistols, and 200 grenades marked “Arges 69”. Days later, Zanjeer investigated two suitcases at the Zaveri Bazaar that contained nine Type 56 rifles. After serving the nation for years, Zanjeer developed bone cancer and died 16 November 2000 as a result. He was buried with full state honours.