Delta PD's decorated trauma dog retires after nearly a decade of work

DELTA - A special member of the Delta Police Department is enjoying a well-deserved retirement after nine years on the force.

The member has helped thousands get through unimaginable pain by offering comfort and cuddles on four legs.

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