Police K9 Dog Helped Officers On His First Shift! Look What He Had Done

We know that dogs are considered to be very good pets. They are very loyal and careful domestic animals and they bring joy and happines to every family.

There are also dogs who are known as therapy dogs.They help sick people or even other dogs to comfort and feel
good.This is their job. Here is another story about dog whose name is Max.

Max is more than a dog—a he’s hero dog! Max’s first day on the job in Powys, Wales, turned out to be the most amazing first day ever. His first mission, together with his handler, PC Peter Lloyd of the Dyfed-Powys police force, was to find a missing woman.

Max’s abilities were put to the test when they received a call about the missing woman.

On his first shift, the two-year-old German Shepard went out to find the mother and her one-year-old kid. To get to them, Max had to cross a lot of ground, but he showed to be up to the challenge.

“The woman hadn’t been seen or spoken to in two days, which was unusual, and her phone had stopped functioning, so naturally, worry for her safety was great,” said Jonathan Rees-Jones, the case’s inspector.

“The woman’s auto was soon spotted on a hilly route thanks to good teamwork. Although this provided authorities with a starting point for their search, given the length of time she had been missing, there was still a large region to cover.”

It’s time for Max to put his police dog skills to the test. Max had an easy time picking up where the police
left off since they had a starting point. Despite the fact that he had just recently been licensed, his tracking abilities were put to the test when he and his handler embarked on a large open area search.

There was a lot of assistance from all types of search and rescue, but it was Max’s nose that helped spot the mother and baby waving for help in a ravine.

The search was assisted by Brecon Mountain Rescue, an NPAS aircraft, and a variety of other resources, but it all came down to Max in the end.

“The woman and baby were discovered safe but cold” after an hour and a half of searching. According to Rees Jones.
The two were checked out as quickly as possible by paramedics and have already made a full recovery.

“This was a fantastic coordinated effort from everyone involved,” the inspector said of his successful team. “I must give a special mention to PC Pete Lloyd and Max, who on their very first day together since completing training together covered a significant amount of milage in the search, eventually locating them safe.”

This story only demonstrates Max’s exceptional search and rescue skills. All of his hard work in training has paid off, and on his first day at work, he is able to save a woman and her kid.