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Thu July 31, 2014
Award-Winning Manchester Police Dog Retires
The 7-year-old police dog partner of a Manchester, New Hampshire, police officer is retiring after a successful career.
"Lou" and Officer Scott Ardita passed certification for five years while winning numerous awards in the process. The certification trial measures the success of a dog and his handler, but most importantly, it certifies the dog as a bona fide K-9 capable of working as a police dog.
The Manchester Police Department currently has eight working K-9 teams. Lou will continue living with Ardita and his family as he starts his retirement.
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