KHQ reported that a 14-month-old bloodhound rescued from Arkansas named Daisy has joined the Spokane Police Department’s K9 Unit to track “missing children and vulnerable adults.”
The Spokesman Review reported that local nonprofit K9 Support Northwest, paid for Daisy’s purchase and a week of training with Reynolds in California. The group’s mission is to “raise funds for police K9 units in Washington, Idaho and Montana that are in need of supplemental funding to purchase dogs, ballistic vests, training and equipment.”
I haven’t heard of K9 Support Northwest, but I hope to learn more about their work. They sound like a great group.
Daisy will start working this summer after she completes her training.
Welcome to Washington, Daisy!