When we talk about dogs we think of the good boys, hairy and playful, that are in many homes. But not many people think of another kind of dog: working dogs. These good, professional dogs are specially trained to perform certain tasks. Service dogs assist people with physical and/or mental illnesses or disabilities. Herding dogs help on farms. And one of the best known are police dogs, known as K9.
Although police dogs are perceived as scary, as they are deployed in crime assistance, that does not mean that inside they are not normal dogs that enjoy cuddling and playing with their owners. Such a dog was seen in much more cheerful circumstances, by a woman who found a policeman taking selfies with his K9.
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A woman saw this cop taking selfies with his K9 and shared it on Facebook
What caught the woman’s attention was not only the fact that they were making selfies, but that the policeman showed the dog every picture after it was taken. Gina Anzaldua Stevenson shared the adorable photo in the FB group “Dogspotting Society”, where she got 60,000 likes and was shared 47,000 times.
As loving responses flooded the comments, the police had no trouble finding the publication. And to everyone’s delight, Andre Cloyd published the selfies he got from his dog, Zigi. This man works as a police officer in Dallas, Texas, and used his free time to take a couple of lovely pictures with his K9 partner.
The cop responded by sharing the selfies