Norwalk's Police K-9 Arasz Retires After Nearly Six Years

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Norwalk K-9 service dog Arasz retired from service on Wednesday, Jan. 1. Photo Credit: Norwalk Police Facebook

NORWALK, Conn. -- A service dog named Arasz retired on Wednesday, Jan. 1, after six years of serving the force, Norwalk Police announced. 

Arasz had been partnered with Sgt Sofia Gulino since February 2008. The team was certified for Explosive Detection and Utility (Criminal Apprehension and Tracking) on both a state and national level.

Arasz is 9 years old and was forced out of service due to health concerns. He will remain with Gulino now that his police service is done. 

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Broad River:

Enjoy your retirement puppy. Thanks for your service.

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