Florence, South Carolina 2021-10-21 06:55:19 –
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (WBTW) – In a positive South Carolina story, Holly County Police introduced the latest and cutest members to the department.
HCPD has added K-9 Reba and Pepper, two adorable Bloodhound puppies to the team. Like other puppies, the sisters are energetic and love to play.
The sisters are trained for a year before going out to the field. According to the agency, the unit currently has a total of seven Bloodhounds, including liver and pepper.
“For now, it’s hard to understand her personality. They’re puppies and I’m going to play a lot. Both puppies work with the Jimmy Rice Center, which subsidizes law enforcement. Bluegrass I came out of Kentucky from Bloodhound, “said HCPD Sergeant Justin Miller.
One of the Bloodhounds recently died, according to the agency. It’s also a way to budget for a new Bloodhound so that new dogs are trained before other dogs are ready to retire. According to police, Bloodhound has increased its ability to track missing persons, criminals, and evidence and a strong sense of smell.
“They will get the scent of clothing, car seats, bed sheets or pillowcases,” said Joshua Sole’s, a K-9 handler.
Police said it was a way to use more Bloodhounds and K-9s to help grow the team and protect the community.
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