Two Titusville Police K9 Puppies To Be Named By Community, Now Accepting Name Nominations

By  //  June 21, 2017

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The Titusville Police Department is reaching out to the community to help choose the names for the newest members of their K9 Unit, two Belgian Malinois puppies. (TPD Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – The Titusville Police Department is reaching out to the community to help choose the names for the newest members of their K9 Unit, two Belgian Malinois puppies.

Name suggestions for the 13 month old police dogs can be submitted to the Titusville Police Official Facebook Page

After reviewing Facebook submissions, the winning names will be revealed on July 14, at the Friday Nite Live Street Party Event in historic downtown Titusville.

The two male puppies, who were also litter-mates, were born in Belgium and come from a long line of police and military service dogs.

The two pups were added to the Titusville Police Department last month.

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Both K9 dogs are currently in a 640-hour training regimen with their handlers.

When their training concludes in August, the K9 teams will be certified for narcotics detection, criminal apprehension, handler protection, area and building searches, and tracking.

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