Corona took up living arrangement with a temporary family until an eternity home could be found.
At some point, Lieutenant Mickey Curran of the Upland Borough Police Department happened to see Halo’s photograph on Facebook.
He realized she was “the one.””She had a snaggletooth and an underbite, and I stated, ‘That is the young lady for us!'” Curran stated.For nearly 12 months, 6-year-old Halo the Pit Bull blend couldn’t locate a steady home with somebody to love and keep her.
Her past proprietors gave up the valuable pooch to Rags 2 Riches Animal Rescue in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, after they separated. “I said ‘I realize this is strange however would you approve of a police office protecting a canine and with the canine living at the station?'”
Though Tish Mayo, head of the salvage, never knew about such a circumstance, she thought the thought was awesome.Halo was formally received and confirmed as an Upland cop. She is the sole salvage K-9 in the division’s history.
She won’t train as a medication canine or missing people canine, yet she will offer an uncommon assistance to the office.In her role, she will work as a community police officer, attend events and police meetings, and make people feel welcome when they visit the station.“She’s legit,” Lt. Curran said “She took an oath and put her paw on the Bible and all.”Congratulations, K9 Halo.
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