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An airline passenger was on trial for attempting to smuggle illegal drugs into the country. The prosecution is seeking to present evidence that when the passenger had passed the entry area carrying a small suitcase, a police dog had sniffed at the suitcase and started barking, prompting the passenger to run into a men's room, open his suitcase, and flush a bag down the toilet before anyone could apprehend him. The dog's handler is prepared to testify that the dog has been trained not to bark unless it detected illegal drugs, and that the dog started barking after sniffing the suitcase. If the defense seeks to exclude the testimony by the dog handler describing the dog's reaction to the suitcase, how should the court proceed?

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