Cocoa K9 Bear’s ‘America’s Top Dog’ $10,000 Prize Donated to Cocoa High for New Track

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'America’s Top Dog' is a nationally televised Law Enforcement K9 competition

WATCH: Cocoa Police K-9 Officer Dan Rhoades talks about K-9 Bear’s journey to becoming America’s Top Dog.

For more than 20 years, Cocoa police officers and staff have been dedicated to investing in the community

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Earlier this month the City of Cocoa presented a check to Cocoa High School for its track and field improvement project.

The police department was honored to have contributed $10,000 to the project through our K-9 Unit, specifically Officer Dan Rhoades and K9 Bear.

In case you missed it, this team was one of the winners of America’s Top Dog, a nationally televised K9 competition featuring some of the best police and professional working K9’s in the country.

Team Bear’s prize for winning was $10,000, which the team donated back to the city in order to be given to Cocoa High School.

For more than 20 years, our police officers and staff have been dedicated to investing in the community through many outreach programs and positive interactions.

This includes innovative new ways to connect and educate about the role of police officers and some of the tools used to protect and serve.

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