Friday, May 24, 2013

Sullivan K-9
Sullivan County Sheriff’s office has reason to brag about their group of K-9 officers. A recent competition with the U.S. canine associations region 8 field trials had some big winners in Sullivan County according the Leslie Earhart with the sheriff’s department… “We actually had five canine teams attend, and all five teams received their USPCA certification, but two of the teams received top dog honors. K-9 Diablo and his handler Matthew Cole received the top dog award for patrol certification; and k-9 mischa and her handler Melissa Marlow took the top dog award for detection certification. So, we’re extremely excited about that I think it shows how hard our canines work and train.” Earhart says each canine on the force has his or her own special skills “K-9 Mischa is our explosive detection canine. The others are certified in patrol work and the others in drug detection (CC)

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