At the point when K-9 Officers Ringo and Alpha resigned from the Jackson Police Department in October, they were applauded for their guide in endless busts. “They served the city great,” Detective Anthony Fox told the Clarion Ledger. “They can be a pooch now.” The office even asserted that its K-9 hounds resemble “family.” Apparently, not the majority of their officers concur.
At the point when Ringo resigned, his handler didn’t bring him home. Rather, he dumped him at a sanctuary. Officer Carl Ellis, with complete absence of inclination, surrendered his K-9 accomplice to the sanctuary since he would not like to deal with him. When it was found what he had done, Ringo’s previous handler was downgraded to watch duty.Thankfully, Ringo was immediately received.
The cherishing puppy was amazingly respectful; all things considered, he filled in as a medication sniffing hound and was likewise utilized for hunt and salvage tasks. Basic manners and house training was a piece of cake for him!The Jackson Police Department didn’t step in because they believed that Ringo’s former handler was caring for him.
Now, because of this incident, they have introduced quarterly welfare checks for all police dogs, whether active-duty or retired, according to WLBT.Ringo happily settled into his new home; being abandoned by his handler and partner will soon fade into the past. It’s unbelievable that Officer Ellis was so callous towards the four-legged friend he worked with for years. Hopefully, there’s more to the story than sheer lazy selfishness.