King County Sheriff's Office welcomes two new dogs to K-9 unit

King County Sheriff's Office welcomes two new dogs to K-9 unit

KING COUNTY, Wash. — The King County Sheriff’s Office is welcoming two new dogs to its K-9 unit.

Chuck, a 14-month-old, long-haired German shepherd originally from Slovakia, will be assigned to Deputy Sare when training starts in May, deputies said.

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Geppo, a 3-year-old German shepherd originally from Germany, will replace Deputy Stratton’s K-9 Luky who is retiring due to age, deputies said.

Both of the dogs came from Alderhorst International in Riverside, California – a family-owned business that provides dog training.

“Both (are) very nice dogs with high skill levels,” an official with the Sheriff’s Office wrote in a news release.

King County Sheriff’s Office welcomes two new dogs to our K9 unit. Chuck is 14 months old, long hair German Shepherd....

Posted by King County Sheriff's Office on Friday, April 12, 2019

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