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State Trooper Writes A Tribute Letter To Remember His Late K9 Partner

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There is something special about the relationship between a man/woman and their dog. Here is a letter a state trooper wrote about his late K9 Partner who had to be put down. We should warn you, this is a very moving tribute for the former K9 officer.

Trooper Christopher Coscia of the Massachusetts State Police letter starts, It was a cold snowy day, training was cancelled due to the snowstorm, and I was left with the unenviable task of when I should make the decision to put my partner of nearly nine years to sleep.

To read the entire letter simply CLICK HERE. What a tribute to a K9 that probably did more for those it served than anyone will ever know.

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