CANADA SAYS GOODBYE TO ITS FIRST EVER GIANT SCHNAUZER POLICE DOG


A Giant Schnauzer, the first ever to be prepared for police work in Canada, has passed away. A Tweet went out on the @SaskatoonPolice K9 Unit account expressing, “With crushing sadness we lament to educate you that resigned #psdtyr has passed away. We express gratitude toward him for his long periods of commitment to serving our community.”


Although there is no sign of how he kicked the bucket or the age of the pooch, named Tyr, his essence will be painfully missed. On Facebook, they shared, “Our contemplations are with his handler and their family, and express gratitude toward them for their commitment to guarding our locale.” According to the pooch’s handler, Const.


Chad Malanowich, Tyr was social but when it came to working, he was all business. Tyr graduated in September of 2012 from the canine officer preparing a program. Giant Schnauzers have been utilized abroad for a long time in police work, yet Tyr was the first of his sort in Canada. Our sympathies to all influenced by the death of Tyr. You can watch a tale about the sweet pooch in the video underneath.

Tyr graduated in September of 2012 from the canine officer training program. Giant Schnauzers have been used overseas for many years in police work, but Tyr was the first of his kind in Canada. Our condolences to all affected by the passing of Tyr. You can watch a story about the sweet dog in the video below.


CANADA SAYS GOODBYE TO ITS FIRST EVER GIANT SCHNAUZER POLICE DOG CANADA SAYS GOODBYE TO ITS FIRST EVER GIANT SCHNAUZER POLICE DOG Reviewed by DogRedLine on April 20, 2019 Rating: 5

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