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Ohio Police Department Adopts Stray Dog They Found on the Streets

Kirtland Police Department

Kirtland Police Department

When the Kirtland Police Department picked up a stray canine wandering the streets in their Ohio town in March, police started an intensive seek for the canine’s proprietor.

In the a number of weeks that handed, no person stepped ahead to assert the canine – however one thing particular took place in that little while – the whole division fell in love with the candy, mild pit bull.

Rather than take him to a refuge, the division, with permission from the Chief of Police and the town’s mayor, determined to undertake “John Doe Dog” themselves.

Kirtland Police Department

Kirtland Police Department

“Some of you may have followed the story of our stray John Doe Dog,” Kirtland Police Department wrote on Facebook. “We tried to find the owner of this marvelous animal to no avail. The folks here at the Police Department wanted a good home for JD (this is now his name) so with the permission of the Chief and the Mayor JD has been adopted by the Kirtland Police Association but they also share the warmth this stoic animal has brought with City Hall and the Fire Department. JD has fit into the environment as though he were here always. We are happy to have him in our department and our lives. He loves everyone and we love him.”

JD is not dwelling on the streets, however is looking the Kirtland Police Department house, with occasional visits to the fireplace division and different town places of work. City staff take JD on box journeys and incessantly take turns bringing him house to their households at evening the place he’s spoiled rotten and beloved like he merits.


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