Between Baton Rouge, Minnesota, and Dallas it’s been a tough month for both law enforcement and the country as a whole. Which is why it’s nice to have a change of pace with a feel good local story from the CT State Police.
These unbelievably adorable pups posing for their graduation photo all worked very hard training for 11 weeks in order to be able to detect narcotics like heroin and Fentanyl.
Four of these eight graduates will be joining the CT State Police. Others will be spread out between the Colchester, Enfield, and Hartford, and Stafford police departments.
Congrats to the narcotic detection K9 team class of 2016!
Thank you for keeping us all save out there and giving us a story to make us feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
— CT State Police (@CT_STATE_POLICE) July 8, 2016