The Carbon County Sheriff's Office is welcoming a new K-9 officer into the fold.
Deputy Dan Wildin and his new partner, K-9 Beth, recently completed a 200-hour Police Service Canine Narcotics Detection and Tracking course at Shallow Creek Kennels in Sharpsville, Pennsylvania.
K-9 Beth, a one-year-old German Shorthaired Pointer, was imported from the Netherlands and trained by Shallow Creek Kennels.
She was purchased with a grant received from the Montana Department of Justice, in addition to a private party donation.
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