Cocoa Beach Police Dog Voodoo is Retired Due to Terminal Medical Condition

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CBPD retired Voodoo and donated him to his handler, Sergeant Michael Mock

Cocoa Beach Police Chief Scott Rosenfeld announced that K-9 Voodoo was recently diagnosed with a terminal medical condition that has rapidly worsened and is significantly impeding his quality of life. (CBPD image)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – I am saddened to announce that our K-9 Voodoo was recently diagnosed with a terminal medical condition that has rapidly worsened and is significantly impeding his quality of life.

We made the difficult decision to retire Voodoo and donate him to his handler, Cocoa Police Department Sergeant Michael Mock, and the Mock family, to live out his final days.

I would like to personally express my gratitude to the team at Island Animal Hospital on Cocoa Beach for their exceptional, and donated, care over the years, as well as those in our community who helped provide funding for our K-9 unit, and BCSO for their assistance with the initial implementation and training of our K-9 team.

We thank Voodoo for more than five years of loyal service to the City of Cocoa Beach. He’s a good boy and will be sorely missed.

– Cocoa Beach Police Chief Scott Rosenfeld

Cocoa Beach Police Chief Scott Rosenfeld: We thank Voodoo for more than five years of loyal service to the City of Cocoa Beach. He’s a good boy and will be sorely missed. (CBPD image)
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