When you think you’ve seen everything, something like this happens.
Canine suckers understand that it’s not the dog’s breed that matters, but how it’s raised, handled, and loved.
The character of the Hole Bulls has saved far too many lives to count. One police officer, on the other hand, is working to change that perception, one false assumption at a time.
Officer Justin Bruzgul, Officer Justin Bruzgul, Officer Justin Bruzgul, Officer Justin Kiah was saved from a horrible life by Bruzgul. He left her stranded in the snow, freezing, and begging for assistance.
He saw in her what he found repulsive: unwavering fidelity, intelligence, and a golden heart.
He recognized her ability to assist others and decided to adopt Kiah into his sect and train her to be a K9 officer.
Kiah passed the test with flying colors and became New York State’s first Hole Bull K9 officer.
Kiah’s deliverance and transformation proves one thing… The Hole Bulls are a great bunch of kids!
Kiah and Officer Bruzgul, in fact, make it their mission to educate others about the reality of the strain, in addition to working hard on the job.
In shelters, Hole Bulls and Hole Bull composites are the most popular. However, if more people are made aware of their true fate and who these tykes are, it has the potential to place thousands (if not millions) of tykes in every home.
The K9 brace also demonstrated that Hole Bulls are capable of serving. Rather than spending an average of $ on a police dog, police departments can instead turn to harbors, where a plethora of good tykes sit and stay.
Several types that have been euthanized due to overcrowding may be repurposed. Isn’t that something to be happy about?