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Welcome Max - Our New K9

by Press Release
October 22, 2018

Max Makes Tracks! 

Holliston Police Department’s newest K9, Max, has arrived!

Max is a handsome, all-black German Shepherd from the Czech Republic. Max (joined by his partner Officer Todd Hagan) met with Holliston supporters recently to strut his stuff and receive a donation to get him off on the right paw.

On October 4th Lisa Zais, President of the Friends of Holliston Police K9, and Henry Tate, a Holliston High School junior, met with Max, Officer Hagan, and Chief of Matt Stone outside the Holliston Police Department. Max has already begun his training, but Lisa and Henry were able to get a good look at our new hometown hero first! 

Henry presented a check for $200.00 that he raised for the Friends of the Holliston Police K9. He collected donations for snacks and gift table tickets at the annual BayPath Dog Bath that he and his family have run for the past 10 summers. If you would like to support Max, donations can be made to the Friends of the Holliston Police K9 and mailed to the Holliston Police Department.

 

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