Windsor Police service dog dies after training exercise

Vahlter had only been on the police force for 13 months. He lived with Brothers along with another retired police service dog.

“You have to remember, these dogs are not only their partners at work but they’re also their pets after they go off duty,” said Corey.

“Paul’s got a family and his kids are also attached to the dog. It’s not only part of the police family, but part of his family.”

Corey said he did not know how long it will take to replace Vahlter, but estimated it would cost approximately $20,000.


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