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Ohio Department Starts Fundraising Campaign to Acquire New K-9

The Richmond Heights (OH) Police Department—which has been without a K-9 since 2013—has launched a fundraising campaign aimed at garnering the requisite $60,000 necessary to acquire, train, and keep a new dog.

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Retired Ohio K-9 Passes Away

K-9 Aiko was partnered with Sergeant Ennemoser for eight years. As a team they were deployed 472 times which included 299 narcotics calls, 54 building searches, and made 62 tracks.

New York Police Department Mourns Death of K-9

The Nassau County Police Department is mourning the death of one of its K-9s after the dog passed away over the weekend.

North Carolina K-9 Spooked by Fireworks on July Fourth Found Safe

A North Carolina K-9 that was spooked by fireworks on Independence Day has been found safe.

Colorado Bloodhound Helps Locate Missing Wyoming Girl

A bloodhound with the Jefferson County (CO) Sheriff's Office and its handler were in Wyoming over the weekend on an unrelated call when they were called upon by local police to aid in the search for a missing 12-year-old girl.

Retired Texas K-9 Died Following Long Fight With Cancer

K-9 Marcel of the Katy (TX) Police Department died Tuesday morning after an extended battle with cancer.

New Hampshire Man Accused of Biting Police K-9

A New Hampshire man faces charges of resisting arrest, simple assault, and willful interference with police dogs following an incident at a hotel at which he is accused of biting a K-9 during his arrest.

Massachusetts Department Welcomes New K-9

Officers with the Quincy (MA) Police Department welcomed into their ranks a one-year-old Belgian Malinois this week after the dog completed its training in patrol and EOD.

Colorado Department Welcomes New K-9

The Golden (CO) Police Department has welcomed to its ranks its newest K-9.

Off-Duty Ohio Deputy Dies Suddenly, Reportedly of Natural Causes

A deputy with the Montgomery County (OH) Sheriff's Office died suddenly on Wednesday, the agency announced on its Facebook page.