CITY OF BUTLER, Pa. (KDKA) — There are two new police K-9s patrolling the streets in Butler City.

According to Butler City Police Chief Bob O’Neill, K-9s Chooch and Rico just finished three months of intensive training at the training facility in Pittsburgh.

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Lt. Grooms and K-9 Chooch (L), Officer Niederlander and K-9 Rico (R) (Source: Butler City Police Department)

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K-9 Chooch is paired with Lt. Brian Grooms and K-9 Rico’s partner is Officer Andrew Niederlander.

Chief O’Neill said: “We are proud to have the Canines back on the road in the City of Butler and look forward to their assistance in our mission to keep Butler a safe place to work and live.”

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The dogs, their training and vehicles are funded by grants and donations.