Graduation Day: Latest K9 class ready to chase some collars

Shamus, Hogan, Iowa, Yodel, Josefina, Putnam, Conner, and David on the steps of the Canine Training Center in Middletown. © Connecticut State Police / Facebook
Shamus, Hogan, Iowa, Yodel, Josefina, Putnam, Conner, and David on the steps of the Canine Training Center in Middletown. © Connecticut State Police / Facebook

These little pups have taken the internet by storm after posing for the pup-arazzi.

The eight dogs, all Labradors from Guiding Eyes for the Blind in New York, finished an intensive 11-week training course to become narcotics detection dogs in Connecticut last week, making them them the 181st Narcotic Detection Dog Class.

“Don't know about you, but we needed a little pick-me-up,” the Connecticut State Police wrote along with the Facebook video below after five police officers were killed in Dallas, Texas the previous day.

The image has alread been shared over 1,500 times with over 5,000 likes.

The dogs now head to the bark side to serve up some ruff justice.

 

They also shared this video of the graduates heading out to the ceremony with their handlers. 

Pawsome ;-)

 

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