Like many of the dogs chosen for our detection dog training program, Wilson is high energy. That high energy isn’t ideal for a lot of families, but it’s perfect for police work when it’s paired with the drive and focus of a dog who loves to learn.
When they met, it wasn’t an immediate bond. Some handlers can instantly hang out with their dogs on the couch and make time for belly rubs. Every dog has a different personality and some take a little bit of time to become best friends with their human. Still, Officer Huff told us:
Though they didn’t become best friends overnight, they cemented their friendship while they were still in training. Officer Huff told us:
The pair do have a strong bond, but Officer Huff let us in on a little secret, he might not be K9 Wilson’s one true love:
(All together now, everyone say, “AWWWWW!”)
We want to give a huge thank you to Officer Huff for becoming a part of the AFF family and for all of his support of our work. And an even bigger thank you to him and to K9 Wilson for selflessly protecting their community and working to keep it drug-free.
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