Extra protection for one of Mason's finest is on the way. Major,
a Mason police dog, will receive a new bullet and stab-protective
Major works with Officer Michael Bishop at the Mason Police
Department. He began working with Bishop in February 2012. Major was born in
Germany and celebrated his fourth birthday last August.
The four-legged officer will soon be a bit more protective
thanks to the Massachusetts based non-profit, Vested Interest in K9s. The
charity's mission is to provide bullet and stab-protective vests for law
enforcement dogs throughout the United States. Each vest costs $950 and
has a 5-year warranty.
Major is one of two police dogs at the Mason Police Department. Timber works with Officer Brad Walker. Both dogs assist officers in Mason and
neighboring departments in front line operations. Their efforts help keep the
officers and community safe. In addition, both dogs have made numerous
appearances at community events and festivals.
Saturday, July 26 2014 2:09 PM EDT2014-07-26 18:09:07 GMT
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