LPD K9 retires after 6 years of serving - FOX34 Lubbock

LPD K9 retires after 6 years of serving

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Last Friday, K9 Bruno retired after serving the Lubbock Community for six years. Bruno unfortunately tore a tendon in his right leg as he was running in the yard. The good news - he gets to spend the rest of days at home with Cpl. Braden enjoying the sweet retirement life as a pet.

Bruno served as a narcotics detection K9 with LPD since 2012 and there is no doubt he loved the work. During his career he conducted 110 narcotic searches including a search where he located 200 pounds of marijuana on a plane.

It will be an adjustment for Cpl. Braden to not have his buddy at work. 

"It is unbelievable how much these dogs want to please their handler. He has been my partner since November of 2012, and he would do anything for me. It is amazing; even with his injury, all he wants to do is work," Cpl. Braden said.

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