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Cadillac Police Department Says Goodbye to K-9 "Bo"

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The Cadillac Police Department shares more sad news with the community today.

They announced that they had to put one of their German Shepherds from their K-9 unit, to sleep today.

K-9 "Bo" joined the department in November of 2003 and helped track down drugs, find criminals, and locate lost children and adults.

She was taken out of service on January 5th, due to an illness that left her unable to walk.

K-9 "Bo" will be laid to rest, right beside Cadillac Police Department's K-9 "North" and K-9 "Grando," at the Cadillac Police Department Training Facility.

 

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