Vancouver Police Dogs Put Their Best Paws Forward In New Calendar

Lori Ennis
by Lori Ennis
Some very good Vancouver police pups are putting their best fur forward in a calendar that benefits cancer charities, and we’re in love!

In 2009, retired Vancouver Police Sergeant Mike Anfield created a calendar to honor his wife, Vancouver Police Department Constable Candy Anfield. Candy lost her battle to breast cancer in 2004, and the calendar Sergeant Anfield created benefits the B.C Cancer Foundation and the B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation.

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Anne-Marie Clark is the Social Media Liasion for the Vancouver Police Department and said that this year’s calendar shoot showed the dogs following their handlers, but you can also see their puptastic personalities shine through.

VPD Dog Calendar Street Sale

Mark your calendar!🐾🐾 If you haven't already purchased your 2019 head to Georgia & Granville Street tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 26 between 7am – 10am to buy yours from our officers! Buy a calendar & snap a pic with your fave police dog!

Posted by Vancouver Police Department on Thursday, October 25, 2018

Police Service Dog (PSD) Brando is as badass as he looks, and PSD Bailey is a social pup who likes the proverbial coffee break. PSD Jack is always on point, and does his furry best when it comes to interviewing pupetrators!

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Clark says that the VPD Canine Unit currently has 15 dog teams and each team is a police service dog and human handler. They’re important because they’re trained in so many police disciplines.

Some include criminal apprehension, tracking, recovery of evidence, firearms and explosive detection and narcotics. The Canine Unit responds to more than 10,000 calls a year in the city of Vancouver and to Lower Mainland police agencies who may need police dogs.

The 2019 calendar is $15, and can be shipped anywhere in the world, so head on over!

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