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K-9 Retirement

San Diego Council Member Wants City to Cover Medical Care for Retired K-9s

San Diego Councilmember Chris Cate wants the city’s police dogs to get the same kind of lifelong healthcare benefits that human police officers get.

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2 Retiring Nebraska K-9s Sent Home to Handlers

After careers full of searching for drugs, suspects and evidence two Lincoln Police service dogs are retiring, and going home with their handlers.

Utah K-9 Retires, Receives Giant Steak at Sendoff Ceremony

K-9 Paige with the Hurricane City (UT) Police Department has bid farewell to two-legged colleagues at the department during a sendoff celebration at which she was given a large steak instead of cake.

WI Community Raises $18K to Buy K9 Partner for Retired Officer Handler

Pushback from the village's residents was immediate. Petitions started floating around online to keep the pair together -- and a GoFundMe account was created to raise money to hep Patla purchase the dog.

Retired California K-9 Dies Peacefully at Home

A retired K-9 with the Indio (CA) Police Department has reportedly died of natural causes at the home of his handler.

Video: South Carolina Agency Celebrates Retirement of Beloved K-9

The Goose Creek (SC) Police Department recently honored one of its long-serving K-9s with a retirement ceremony that included serving up a tray of treats for the dog that served the community for nearly seven years.

Wisconsin Department Mourns Loss of Retired K-9

Officers with the Germantown (WI) Police Department are mourning the loss of a retired K-9—the second in the agency's history—after its passing over the weekend.

Washington K-9 and Handler Retiring Together

A K-9 and his handler are both retiring from the Kennewick (WA) Police Department.

Ohio K-9 Retires After 5 Years of Service

The Kent (OH) Police Department announced on social media on Tuesday that a beloved K-9 named Iron has retired from duty after five years of service.

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Texas Law Now Allows K-9 Handlers to Adopt Retiring Police Dogs

Voters overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment that allows dogs, horses or other law enforcement animals to be adopted at no cost by their handlers or other “qualified” caretakers.

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