Kansas police officers' new co-worker is a pit bull
December 15, 2017
STAFFORD, Kan. (AP) — Police in central Kansas have a new drug detective: a pit bull who was rescued by a Texas organization and trained for law enforcement work.
Kano, a 55-pound (25-kilogram) puppy, completed his first drug bust Monday for the Stafford Police Department, the Wichita Eagle reported .
The department believes Kano is the first pit bull to work in such a role in Kansas.
Kano trained with Universal K9, a San Antonio-based organization that rescues pit bulls and trains them for police work. The organization partnered with the Animal Farm Foundation to start a grant program to...