Cast Your Vote Now For Brevard County Sheriff’s K9 Junny as Top Dog in Florida
By Space Coast Daily // March 17, 2022
CAST YOUR VOTE FOR JUNNY NOW
K9 March Madness Continued: Due to Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Florida (Official) Junny and Indian River County Sheriff’s Office Bane’s post being hidden from the original post, we have created this post to share their photos for voting.
Today kicks off the NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament, but we have something even better!
We are excited to launch the *K9 March Madness Tournament* where you decide who is the Top Dog in Florida.
🏀 The first round of voting begins today and will last through the end of the day on Friday (11:59 PM).
🏀 The winner of each matchup will go to the next round until we crown our winner.
🏀 Cast your vote for your favorite K9 of each round by selecting the “love” or “care” reaction that is above each K9’s photo.
WATCH: Sheriff Wayne Ivey Features His Riding Partner’s Incredible Skills on ‘Interesting Facts About Junny’
ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey hosts ‘Interesting Facts About Junny’, with his riding partner K9 Junny, and Corrections Cpl. John Ramsey.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey hosts ‘Interesting Facts About Junny’, with his riding partner K9 Junny, and Corrections Cpl. John Ramsey.
As Junny and I travel throughout the county I am often asked if he is still a working dog that can track missing children or seniors with Alzheimer’s.
In an effort to answer that question and also show our citizens how to make a “Homemade Child Safety Kit,” our team decided to put together a little video that shows how our Bloodhounds are trained to track and that Junny has still got it going on.
Sheriff Ivey and Cpl. Ramsey showcase Junny’s abilities to track down missing children or seniors with Alzheimer’s in the latest edition of ‘Interesting facts about Junny’.
– Sheriff Wayne Ivey
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