Days ago, a police officer’s touching good-bye to his K9 partner was shared on social media. On March 24, the Chula Vista Police Department Tweeted about the death of Officer Chancellor’s K9 partner, Griffen.
“On Friday, CVPD lost a trusted partner, K9 Griffen. It was a hard day for all of us, especially Griffen’s handler and best friend, Officer Chancellor. May you
#RIP, Griffen. Thank you for your service to our Department and the city of #ChulaVista. -1180″
According to FOX San Diego, Griffen, a Belgian Malinois, died at the age of seven from an “undisclosed medical condition.” Officer Chancellor, his family, and other members of the Chula Vista Police Department’s K9 program, were with Griffen when he passed away.
The department stated:
“On behalf of all the women and men at the Chula Vista Police Department, Thank You Griffen for your service, you will be missed.”
(Image via Twitter)
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