There’s more to dogs than the textbook definition, “man’s best friend.” They can also be our allies in doing household chores, raising kids, and even preventing crime. They make the perfect partner when it comes to enforcing the law in different parts of the world. This is the reason why police departments from all over the globe have been adding more members to their K9 unit.
Taiwan’s Police K9 unit recently added six puppies to their team. Named Liang, AJ, Yige, Feida, Schumann, and Fushin, the puppies will be trained to assist in the government’s anti-drug and anti-bomb campaigns. These puppies will be putting their lives at risk to make sure that the people of Taiwan are safe at all times.
It runs in the family
The puppies are fluffy and adorable, which is something that the officers find hard to resist. It helps that these new members are cute because their presence brightens up the officers’ day. When things are too toxic at work, all they have to do is look at the puppies and everything’s a-okay.
Leader and Yellow, the puppies’ parents, are also members of the K9 unit. They’ve been doing a great job at serving the force. They’re all gutsy when they’re out on the filed, but when they’re with the puppies, both dogs transform into loving parents who let their kids cuddle with them. They may be busy, but they try to sleep, eat, and spend time with their babies.
Protecting the people of Taiwan
The puppies will join NPA’s K9 Anti-bomb and Drug force and Blood detection units all over Taipei once they are done with their training. While the people of Taiwan are looking forward to seeing them in action, they’re content with gushing over the cute, furry recruits for now.
Credits to NPA