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Burnsville Police Department
Donations Sought for New Police K-9
This fall, Burnsville K-9 Echo will be retiring. The Burnsville Police Department is currently seeking donations to help fund a new K-9 to join the team. 
   
   K-9 Echo
   Echo

Echo has served on the Burnsville Police Department with his handler Ben Archambault since 2010. Burnsville began its K-9 program in 1982. In the past 34 years, 13 four-legged officers have served the department.

With Echo preparing for retirement, the Burnsville Police Department has begun raising funds for the City’s next police K-9 (who will join the department’s other K-9 team of Rex and his handler Brian Hasselman).The department is asking for the public’s help to fund the approximately $20,000 needed to secure a new police K-9 – which includes training and equipment.

Those wishing to help can do so at www.burnsville.org/K9. Any amount is appreciated!

For more information on Echo and the Burnsville K-9 program, click here to read a recent Press Release.

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