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Retired Mississippi polishund rescued from animal welfare who trades gets demotion

Ringo was a member of Jackson Police Department K9 until the dog retired in October.(Jackson PD) A Mississippi police has been demolished from the K9 unit to patrol his position after taking his retired four-legged partner to an animal shelter to be taken for adoption. Ringo sneaked out drugs for the Jackson police department for nine years until the dog retired this October. Nevertheless, the Labrador retriever must be rescued recently from Webster Animal Shelter in nearby Madison, Miss., Of the man who taught him to be a polish dog, reported WLBT TV Friday. "I do not know There's a word to be both hurt and angry, but I was both. And I'm still," Randy Hare, owner of the Alpha Canine Training Center, told the station. "You know that just do not turn back on something like that &#821 1; it's been with you for nine years. " Jackson police officials said they did not know that Ringo's manager, Carl Ellis, had taken the dog to a shelter, reported Clarion Ledger. NYPD SALUTES K9 AS She Lost Cancer With Cancer "Jackson Police Department respects and keeps our dogs of high interest, just as we do another officer in our department," said a police spokesman . "They are the family, and we do not feel they deserve anything less than a loving home in retirement." The department said Ellis had been relocated to a patrol car. TRUCK DRIVER SAVES HUNDA FROM HIGHWAY An October 23 post on the Jackson Police Department's…

A Mississippi police has been demolished from the K9 unit to patrol his position after taking his retired four-legged partner to an animal shelter to be taken for adoption.

Ringo sneaked out drugs for the Jackson police department for nine years until the dog retired this October. Nevertheless, the Labrador retriever must be rescued recently from Webster Animal Shelter in nearby Madison, Miss., Of the man who taught him to be a polish dog, reported WLBT TV Friday.

“I do not know There’s a word to be both hurt and angry, but I was both. And I’m still,” Randy Hare, owner of the Alpha Canine Training Center, told the station. “You know that just do not turn back on something like that &#821

1; it’s been with you for nine years. ”

Jackson police officials said they did not know that Ringo’s manager, Carl Ellis, had taken the dog to a shelter, reported Clarion Ledger.

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“Jackson Police Department respects and keeps our dogs of high interest, just as we do another officer in our department,” said a police spokesman . “They are the family, and we do not feel they deserve anything less than a loving home in retirement.”

The department said Ellis had been relocated to a patrol car.

TRUCK DRIVER SAVES HUNDA FROM HIGHWAY

An October 23 post on the Jackson Police Department’s Facebook page noted Ringo and another polish’s alphabet, Alpha, “from a good job job.”

“They served the city very well,” says the detective Anthony Fox, according to Clarion Ledger. “Hundreds of thousands of dollars, countless attacks with drugs. They can be a dog now.”

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