Police dog gets retirement party from Davis County Sheriff’s Office
What do you get a police dog who is retiring?
The Davis County Sheriff’s Office is celebrating the retirement of a K9 named Nomos.
Through its Facebook page, the sheriff’s office announced the retirement.
Nomos has served faithfully since 2014. In dog years, that’s a full career!
The sheriff’s office says Nomos has spent his career apprehending criminals and sniffing out illegal narcotics.
Nomos’ retirement will not be a dog’s life. That is, he won’t be miserable at all.
The dog’s handler will keep Nomos in her home. The handler, Sgt. Wennergren, has served alongside Nomos throughout his paw-some career.
The sheriff’s office says that Nomos’ retirement will be full of “unlimited toys, treats, and love.”
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