By: Sharon Aron Baron
After nearly 11 years of service, one special officer received a retirement party at the Broward Sheriff’s Office Parkland district.
Suzie the bloodhound, who is one of the agency’s search dogs, received a special send-off with doggy cake and plenty of attention on Wednesday. Col. Alvin Pollock gave Suzie a mock sheriff’s badge while fellow bloodhounds Wyatt, Amber and Macie looked on.
Suzie was donated by the Jimmy Ryce Foundation which provides American Kennel Club bloodhounds free to law enforcement to find abducted and lost children.
She will spend her retirement on a three-acre property in South Florida with her long-time handler Kevin Bolling.
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