Introducing the latest Paw Enforcement recruits

Queensland Police are proud to introduce their newest litter of police dogs, the ‘N’ litter. The new litter is made up of two males (Nuke and Ninja) and five females (Neve, Nova, Nikki, Nelly and Nash), Queensland Police say.

The pups are now eight weeks old and ready to begin their socialisation, but happily put aside some time to play and wriggle (we’re looking at you, Nikki) around in front the cameras this week.

As you’ll see, they are very photogenic and are developing personalities which will surely see them succeed and become pawesome additions to the Queensland Police Service.
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The puppies will now spend the next 14 – 16 months with their foster mums and dads whilst they learn vital socialisation skills that will prepare them for the next round of their police dog training.

Good luck, ‘N’ litter!

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