Memorials to Fallen K-9s
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In Loving Memory of
END OF WATCH  June 25, 2001

Handler: Lt. Ron Taylor
The Blaine County Sheriff's Office
210 First Avenue South 
 Hailey, Idaho 83333
 (208) 788-5555
On March 14, 1990, Lucky became a most valuable member of the Blaine County Sheriff's Office. Lucky, a twelve year old Golden Retriever, was a mellow and good natured dog; good around children from pre school up. He loved his public relations work with the Sheriff's office. On June 25, 2001, Lucky passed away as a result of a tumor in his pancreas. During the eleven years he was with the Sheriff's office he became a big part of the community and the activities the community had for drug prevention. As a result of his participation and interaction with adults and children he made a positive contribution to the entire population of Blaine County.  In October 1992 Lucky was presented a plaque by Governor Cecil Andrus, for the Red Ribbon Canine of the year, in recognition of commitment to drug prevention efforts in his community.  In March 1994 with Lucky's' efforts he helped with a bill in legislature that became a law. To protect Police Dogs relating to killing and otherwise mistreating police dogs a felony.  In October 2000 Lucky was presented an award from Canine Companions for Independence, in recognition of years of dedicated service in keeping his community safe. During Lucky's' career his sniffing work helped to get 29 search warrants where drugs were located. He did 783 sniff searches in Blaine County and out of the county. Those sniff searches were school lockers, vehicles, airplanes, postal mail, luggage, businesses, apartments, residences, storage sheds, and the outdoors. He gave a lotof demonstrations in the county, at other counties and out of the State of Idaho. He was called on by many agencies for assistance. During his lifetime he had 7,086 training sessions. With his strong commitment to help keep his community safe, he got two million dollars of drugs off the streets of his community and helped seize eleven million dollars in property. His first search was June 8, 1990 and his last search was on June 19, 2001.

In Loving Memory of
   K-9 LYDA 
  July 4, 2001

Handler: Mike Liechti
Savannah Police Department