Three new Fresno police dogs and their officer handlers were sworn in as members of the department’s K9 Unit on Wednesday. The highly-trained dogs range in age from 16 months to 22 months and were introduced at a ceremony at Fresno PD’s K9 facility in east-central Fresno. Police Chief Jerry Dyer administered an oath to the K9 teams during the event.
The new team members are:
Officer Sean Loy and K9 partner, Major, a German Shepherd.
Officer Tim Sullivan and K9 partner, Odin, a Belgian Malinois.
Officer Brandon Lyon and K9 partner, Zeke, a German Shepherd.
Click on the video above to find out more about each team.