Woman finds K-9 after Portage police dog goes missing in Hobart
Marine Corps veteran becomes entrepreneur specializing in drug detection, preventionchicagotribune.com wrote:A Hobart woman found a Portage Police Department K-9 that went missing early Wednesday, an official said.
Police Dog Does Push-Ups With Officers In Viral Videocbs19.tv wrote:Vlinder, a 2-year-old Dutch Shepherd, and her handler Jeff Davis make up SGT K-9. The inseparable pair stands ready and willing to help the community prevent drug abuse.
Marine Corps veteran Davis became an entrepreneur specializing in drug detection and prevention in July.
ndtv.com wrote:According to Al.com, Nitro the police dog is a two-year-old Dutch Shepherd who joined the canine unit at Alabama's Gulf Shores Police Department earlier this year.
BUSTED: Palm Bay Police K9 Sheba Sniffs Out Marijuana, Cocaine, MDMA, Amphetamine and Heroin
Sniffing out crime: Getting to know GSPD's police dogspacecoastdaily.com wrote:Sheba is a Dutch Shepherd, and in the past, she tracked and apprehended six suspects and was involved in numerous non-physical subject controls where she prevented further revelation on scene just with her presence.
The Palm Bay Police Department’s Canine Unit is among the best and most highly trained in the State of Florida.
Bradley County Deputy who lost K9 in June welcomes new partnerthegeorgeanne.com wrote:Recently, an honorary team member of the Georgia Southern Police Department was re-certified for his first time. However, he probably isn't who (or what) you might be thinking of.
Meet Deimos, a three-year-old Dutch Shepherd. He specializes in detecting explosives, and has been working with GSPD for nearly two years now.
Unforunately it looks like Rayco is still missingnewschannel9.com wrote:His name is Jäger, and he’s a Dutch Shepherd. Jäger was bought last August who is certified as an official multi-purpose dog for the agency. Jäger’s certifications include tracking, criminal apprehension, building searches, and narcotics detection.
$2,500 Reward Offered for Wise Co. Sheriff's Office K-9 Missing After Storm
nbcdfw.com wrote:Crime Stoppers of Wise County is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for tips leading to the safe return of their missing K-9.
Rayco, a 4-year-old Dutch Shepherd, was in his kennel outside when strong storms moved through North Texas in late October, destroying his kennel.