that’s when police unleashed K9 officer Jethro who ambushed Barefield … Police officers from New York to Maryland attending his memorial, paying tribute to a dog who gave his life, to keep his community safe from criminals like Barefield. Link.
Cowley County Undersheriff Jeff Moore has adopted a new friend. The sheriff office’s K9 dog was officially retired from service Tuesday night at the request of Sheriff Don Read to the Cowley County Commission. Read told the commission that the dog was … Link.
You have the utmost responsibility to take care of those dogs as a K9 handler. I know there was some departmental policies violated, but we have concerns in other areas. We’re looking at that, and I just want to assure the people it will be dealt with if … Link.
According to the department, Henson said he had swerved off the road to avoid striking three stray dogs that had darted out in front of him. PG&E restored most of the power within 90 minutes of the crash and had full service to the area by 8:30 a.m. It is … Link.
… presents a check to Deputy K9 Handler Mike Czys and K9 Rambo for the Richland County K9 Fund in the amount of $1,000.00. Wachtendonk is a former Vietnam dog handler in the K9 Corps, 1970-1971, and raised the funds through his eighth annual “Booney … Link.
K9 Officer Jethro: of Canton Police Department, OH Jethro was brought home at 8 weeks of age as a family pet with the intent of possibly becoming a working dog. In November of 2014 Officer Davis’ first partner retired and Jethro had been screened and had … Link.
“They will be dual-purpose dogs,” Evans said. “They will perform the same duties … has provided free nutritionally specific foods and baths for the K9 Unit ever since Justice was transferred to Deputy Tim Wertz about two years ago. Link.
(WBAY) – The Green Bay Police Department announced one of its K9 officers died. The department said on its Facebook page the police dog named Cops died after several months dealing with medical issues. The Facebook post says, “It is never easy to say … Link.
Dogs are often the first line of defense in war, and in law enforcement. That has not gone unnoticed by a retired Navy SEAL whose mission is to help protect these canine protectors. His efforts are helping one of our local K9 officers and his handler. Link.
The total cost of the new animal is expected to be around $10,000, Woodruff said, and the dog will be purchased from a K9 training outfit in Alabama. The goodwill gesture comes as the two law enforcement agencies are working together more often … Link.