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Welcome to the force, K9 Yoshi! The Attleboro police department now has a new K9 on the beat who can help search for missing persons or sniff out bad guys.

Yoski, a 1-year-old Belgian Malinois, hit the streets this week, after she and her handler - Officer Brenna Nelson - graduated from a 14-week training program at the Boston Police K9 Academy. Officer Nelson has been with the department for 2 years and is one of only a few female K9 handlers in the department. In January, Nelson and Yoshi will go back to school to receive training in narcotics detection.

Congrats to K9 Yoshi and Officer Nelson on this impressive achievement, and we wish you all the very best in your new career together!

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#k9team
#k9handler
#k9unit
#K9Heroes
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Welcome to the force, K9 Yoshi! The Attleboro police department now has a new K9 on the beat who can help search for missing persons or sniff out bad guys.

Yoski, a 1-year-old Belgian Malinois, hit the streets this week, after she and her handler - Officer Brenna Nelson - graduated from a 14-week training program at the Boston Police K9 Academy. Officer Nelson has been with the department for 2 years and is one of only a few female K9 handlers in the department. In January, Nelson and Yoshi will go back to school to receive training in narcotics detection.

Congrats to K9 Yoshi and Officer Nelson on this impressive achievement, and we wish you all the very best in your new career together!

#workingk9
#k9team
#k9handler
#k9unit
#k9heroes
#femalek9handler
#bestwishes

26 CommentsComment on Facebook

Congratulations kiddo!! God bless ya and stay safe 🙏 💙

Lookin good, K9 Yoshi and Officer Nelson. Best wishes. Welcome aboard 👍. Thank you for your service and dedication.

Congrats be a good dog!

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6 CommentsComment on Facebook

Two great looking officers! Stay safe and thank you. 💙🙏

Ohh so Beautiful💙🐾💙Stay safe

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Bad guys with drugs stand no chance against good boy K9s!

K9 Kato of the Prescott Valley Police Department recently sniffed out 38 pounds of methamphetamine and 20,000 fentanyl pills during a traffic violation stop on State Route 69. Kato used his superior free air detection skills to alert his team to the presence of drugs in the vehicle, which led to the arrest and booking of two men who admitted to their offense.

Way to go, K9 Kato!

#workingk9s
#k9teams
#k9handlers
#goodboy
#workingdog
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Bad guys with drugs stand no chance against good boy K9s!

K9 Kato of the Prescott Valley Police Department recently sniffed out 38 pounds of methamphetamine and 20,000 fentanyl pills during a traffic violation stop on State Route 69. Kato used his superior free air detection skills to alert his team to the presence of drugs in the vehicle, which led to the arrest and booking of two men who admitted to their offense.

Way to go, K9 Kato!

#workingk9s
#k9teams
#k9handlers
#goodboy
#workingdog
#backtheblue

5 CommentsComment on Facebook

That’s fantastic. So glad to see those drugs off the streets.

Great job, Kato. Hope you got a pup cup for your hard work.

Good job K9 Kato

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Beautiful K9 Ziva of the South Portland (ME) Police Department is now vested and protected thanks to a VIK9s-sponsored bullet and stab protective vest!

These important vests allow our working K9s across the US to do their jobs with extra protection and peace of mind for their handlers. That’s why we are dedicated to our mission to vest as many K9s as possible. But we can’t do that without you! Please consider a donation to our cause, or if you’d simply like to learn more about VIK9s, visit vik9s.org/donate/
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They protect us. We protect them!

#ProtectOurK9s #K9Heroes #SupportK9Units #DogLovers #CommunitySafety #DonateNow #K9Protection #SpreadTheWord
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Beautiful K9 Ziva of the South Portland (ME) Police Department is now vested and protected thanks to a VIK9s-sponsored bullet and stab protective vest!

These important vests allow our working K9s across the US to do their jobs with extra protection and peace of mind for their handlers. That’s why we are dedicated to our mission to vest as many K9s as possible. But we can’t do that without you! Please consider a donation to our cause, or if you’d simply like to learn more about VIK9s, visit https://vik9s.org/donate/
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They protect us. We protect them!

#ProtectOurK9s #K9Heroes #SupportK9Units #DogLovers #CommunitySafety #DonateNow #K9Protection #SpreadTheWord

28 CommentsComment on Facebook

They deserve to be protected just as much as any human police officer. These canines are guardian angels always going above and beyond their call of duty.

Why can’t they allocate funds for these dog vests? We wouldn’t send our officers out without protection? It’s a dangerous job. I feel like the dogs should be safe too.

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