The North East Canine Unit has welcomed a brand new addition to their staff.
Belgian Shepherd PD Bear has efficiently accomplished his preliminary coaching course in Aberdeen.
He joined the unit in January as an eight-month-old pup the place he confirmed the required attributes from day one.
Instantly PD Bear bonded together with his handler and after introducing him to the coaching surroundings he began to excel.
On account of his age, the coaching was staggered over the past six months when it was deemed applicable by tutorial workers that he was prepared to start out a profession policing inside the North East Division.
Not too long ago PD Bear and Sergeant MacKinnon had been independently assessed and obtained their preliminary licence in Inverness.
The staff will now work all through the north east and additional afield if required.
It was after his earlier house owners recognized that he could also be extra suited to a working house that PD Bear was supplied and donated to Police Scotland.
Police canines come from a wide range of backgrounds and are sourced by way of specialist breeding programmes inside the UK and the continent, though the final two canine recruits for the North East got here as reward canines donated by their house owners from inside Scotland.
Regional Police Canine Teacher Constable Steve Warden stated: “We’re at all times happy to welcome a brand new staff to the Canine Unit in Aberdeen.
“PD Bear is a naturally good working canine and at the same time as a pup he tailored from being a pet to a possible Police canine in a short time.
“I want to personally thank the household who donated Bear to the Police Service.
“He will probably be an integral a part of maintaining folks protected.”