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Published: 24 Jul 2012 10:00AM (Singapore)
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Help Faithful Police Dogs Retire to the Good Life
The Singapore Police K-9 Unit is putting up six retired working dogs for adoption in July 2012. These dogs have demonstrated the true meaning of partnership in their work with the Home Team. They have helped make Singapore a safe and secure home. It is now our turn to find each of them one.
 
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