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Western Australian Police dog Enzo dies after years of service

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Beloved Western Australian Police dog Enzo has passed away at the age of 13, which is about 96-years-old in human years.

Beloved Western Australian Police dog Enzo has passed away at the age of 13, which is about 96-years-old in human years.

The German Shepherd was born in Victoria before travelling to Western Australia with his brother Enrie in 2010.

Both brothers then became police dogs.

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Enzo enjoyed going for swims, road trips, walks and playing with his dog toys.

Enzo's police career began in 2010 when be became a qualified general purpose police dog.

He worked across the metropolitan Western Australia and was also deployed to regional areas.

Enzo assisted with arrests for burglaries and car thefts and provided support at gatherings that went out of control.

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Enzo helped with arrests for burglaries and car thefts and with controlling gatherings.

He also helped with general police duties.

Enzo retired in 2016 after breaking his shoulder.

He lived a relaxed retired life with his handler and another police dog named Razor.

Enzo loved swimming in the river during the summer months, road trips, walks and playing with his dog toys.

Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/police-dog-enzo-dies-after-years-of-service-in-western-australia-police/edecdf99-766c-47af-9fdb-8ff68c7aa60b

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