Noa is a spunky 1-year-old Belgian Malinois from the North Lawrence Police Department in Ohio. We are told Noa is an absolute rockstar; very driven and a dedicated dog. Her handler absolutely loves her and feels she has the most incredible personality and knows when it’s time to get to work. Off duty her favorite thing to do is run and chase her tennis balls, especially the XL ones!
Dino is a 2-year-old German Shepherd from the McLoud Police Department in Oklahoma who is very busy covering 793 square miles. Recently Dino removed 500 Fentanyl laced oxycodone pills in one traffic stop. No telling how many people may have died from them. Dino likes to play with a black Kong when he's off duty and if his handler happens to have flip flops on, they certainly will be taken by him. One goofy thing that Dino does after leaving his squad car is that he spins and tries to catch his tail for quite a while.
Kato is a 1.5-year-old single-purpose German Shorthair Pointer. Kato hails from the Van Buren Police Department in Arkansas. Kato is a very driven K9 and loves work just as much as playing with the family. Kato is a very goofy dog and is very animated with his moods. Kato has no one specific toy he prefers over the others but anything I will throw for him or that he can chase is right up his alley. In his down time he prefers to watch and chase the birds and point at anything he wants me to come look at or get for him. When he's off duty he is just another member of the family and loves to watch Bluey with my kids.
K9 Zoe is a beautiful Belgian Malinois who hails from the Granite Shoals Police Department in Texas. She is one year old and trained in narcotics detection and tracking. When not on duty, you can find Zoe playing with her favorite toys of grenade ropes toys, Kongs, and chuckit ultra balls. Playing fetch with her handler in the yard and running her agility course are the best! She also likes to go out on her family boat on nearby lake LBJ. She was born in Poland in February of 2022 and came to the USA March of 2023. She started in small-town Granite Shoals in August of 2023 and made her first bust within a week (25 grams of meth). She trains with the Austin, Texas, PD K9 team on a weekly basis. Her handler worked for Austin PD before retiring and going back to work in Granite Shoals, about an hour from Austin. Her handler was survived being shot in the line of duty in February 2023 thanks to a ballistic vest. Zoe certainly deserves a vest like her handler's to keep her safe as well.