THE FINAL ROUND
No risk it. All biscuit. We’ve seen some great dogs so far, but there’s still time to push your favorite to the top of the pack. Help us decide which K-9 will be crowned the champ by casting your vote by Saturday, March 19th. The winner will be announced by March 25th.
VIEW THE TOP TEN CANDIDATES AND VOTE FOR YOUR TOP 3 BELOW
I am a government trapper focusing mainly on killing coyotes that are killing sheep and cattle, Gert is my favorite coworker that helps me track, hunt, and take coyotes that are actively killing livestock. She’s a tough gal and loyal as can be.
First female dog and handler combo in the history of the department! Plays hard and works even harder sniffing out drugs and being the goodest girl ever!
Bodi is a Police Service Dog (PSD) that serves the citizens of Costa Mesa, CA. He’s also my best bud. When at work and not doing the thing he loves; looking for bad guys or searching for drugs, Bodi will always ham it up for the camera or do his Bodi-barks from the unit to say “Hi!” as we drive by.
DJ is a bona-fide treat hunter and killer...pure savage. His small yet agile fluffy physique may be underestimated by other K-9s, maybe even think he is a Paris Hilton purse dog. But be warned, his bark is bigger than his bite. He will hunt down the competition and take 1st place, along with 10 pairs of dog bowls as his human is showered in GovX store credits.
K9 Justice is a 7 year old Dutch Shepherd who loves to train hard in both narcotics detection and apprehension. After a few rounds of bite work, she loves to show off her pearly whites and extra long tongue.
Baxter is slow to judgement, quick to excitement, and would rather enjoy the attention. He also thinks winning might be something he could add to his dating profile.
Days away from being euthanized, Ace was taken out of a Texas shelter and went on to become the first rescue pit certified Police K9 in PA history! Good people saw his real potential and the story continues! Why shouldn’t he win with that mug!
Vicar accompanied me everywhere, to include our police department and fire department which was located right next door. He brought love and smiles to everyone around him, especially after tough calls. Vic was trained in narcotics detection and would perform demonstrations at the local college.Today, Vic is happily enjoying the retired life.
K9 Fred was diagnosed and has been battling cancer since 2019. He continues his dual purpose role as a police k9 through his ongoing chemotherapy treatments.
Not only is he my best friend. He is the number one conservation buddy I have on finding down game