Winnipeg Police K9 Unit Welcomes Litter of Puppies

A Winnipeg police officer shows off newly-born puppies who will become part of the WPS Canine Unit. (ASHLEY GABOURY / METRO WINNIPEG FILE)
A Winnipeg police officer shows off newly-born puppies who will become part of the WPS Canine Unit. (ASHLEY GABOURY / METRO WINNIPEG FILE)

The Winnipeg Police Service has welcomed a new family.

Police Service Dog Mya has given birth to 11 puppies, four males and seven females. Mya, along with her canine partner, Judge, is doing well, as are the pups.

Four puppies will be kept by the WPS and raised by their puppy rearing program. Some of the pups will also be raised by the Brandon Police Service and the Dakota Ojibway Police Service.

The puppies will be shown off to media this summer.

This is the first litter in almost two years for the proud parent canines.

-Staff


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