The 12-week-old new K-9 comfort dog woke up early for his swearing-in ceremony — then managed to sleep through the whole thing

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Tremble the lawlessness in the city of Bristol, which is located in the state of Rhode Island!

A new police dog has appeared here, according to which it is immediately clear that he will not spare law and order violators.

The 12-week-old new K-9 comfort dog woke up early for his swearing-in ceremony — then managed to sleep through the whole thing

Chocolate Labrador Retriever Brody is ready for service!

Most recently, he took the oath, although during the ceremony the puppy was just sleeping on the table, now Brody is officially the service dog of the K9 unit.

Two officers with a serious look are telling the press something, and the puppy is lying on the table.

 

And then he will lie down, then this way, then he will turn over on the other side.

The 12-week-old new K-9 comfort dog woke up early for his swearing-in ceremony — then managed to sleep through the whole thing

Here it is – the face of law and order in Bristol!

The dog’s name, by the way, is a hybrid of the name of his native land: Bristol + Rhode Island = Brody.

In a few years, he will undoubtedly become a local law enforcement legend.

They even wrote about him in the newspaper!

The 12-week-old new K-9 comfort dog woke up early for his swearing-in ceremony — then managed to sleep through the whole thing

And the baby also has his own Instagram.

There, his owner Keith, also a police officer, communicates with followers on behalf of Brody: he talks about their work and constantly encourages everyone to stay at home.

How can you disobey such a handsome boy?

Brody is actually a therapy dog.

The 12-week-old new K-9 comfort dog woke up early for his swearing-in ceremony — then managed to sleep through the whole thing

He will not chase criminals or look for drugs and bombs at the airport, his calling is to work at school.

The puppy will attend schools, libraries, nursing homes and various social events in the city.

Now he and the owner visit empty schools so that Brody gets a little used to such institutions.

The puppy has yet to pass all the exams and confirm the status of a certified therapeutic dog.

Let’s wish Brodie a successful service! From now on, you don’t have to worry about Bristol.

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