Loving Memory of
November 28, 2004
2500 E. Gibson Rd.
Woodland, CA 95776
Ejay was trained in apprehension and detention.
The bond between us was so special,
as it is with most K9's and their partners.
He would have died for me and
the day he died, a part of me
He was a true and faithful friend
who will always be in my heart.
Until we meet again....."Mom"
10133 Sheldon Rd
Grove, CA 95624 -
(Lori became part of our family being an OLSON)
In Loving Memory of
Dayton police still aren't sure exactly what caused the sudden illness that
killed their police canine Ero Thursday morning. But nearly everyone in the
small Campbell County department knows the 8-year-old German shepherd will be
greatly missed by both officers and local residents.
June 17, 2004
Sgt. Joe Euton
514 6th Ave.
Dayton, KY 41074
Police Department........(859) 261-1471 - Police Department Fax...(859) 261-0626 - After Hours Dispatch......(859) 441-0300
Dayton Police Sgt. Raleigh Barnett said Ero's handler,
Sgt. Joe Euton, took the dog to the veterinarian at the completion of their
overnight shift about 7 a.m. Thursday, because Ero had been sick. Ero was
taken in for emergency surgery, but died that morning about 10:30, Barnett
said.Ero served with the Dayton Police Department for two years and assisted
various area departments with his drug- and suspect-tracking abilities. He
played a central role in the department's Drug Abuse Resistance Education,
or DARE, program and was a cherished visitor at Lincoln Elementary School.
Many in the community also loved the affable canine. For that reason, the
department will hold a brief memorial service in Ero's honor on Sunday at 1
p.m. at the circle next to the canine training course on Dodd Drive in
officers, their families and citizens are invited to the service, which
Barnett said should last about a half hour. Ero was the Dayton Police
Department's only current police canine, Barnett said.
By Shelly Whitehead - Post
staff reporter -
submitted by Jim
Cortina, Dir. CPWDA
In Loving Memory of
February 12, 2004
Partner: Officer William Barrett
Ross Township Police Department
1000 Ross Municipal Dr.
Pittsburgh, PA 15237-2725
In March 1999,
Officer Barrett requested to be relieved of his K-9 duties. K-9 Enno was
allowed to retire early due to the police dog teams are available to assist
police departments in other jurisdictions when needed.Retired Ross
Police Department K9 Enno passed away in his sleep today at the age of ten.
K9 Enno served the Ross Police Department from 1995 to 1999 as one of the
Department's first Patrol/Narcotics K9's. Enno will be sadly missed by his
family and the Officers of the Ross Police Department.