‘10 best looking deputies you will ever see’: These new cops in Florida aren’t human

K-9 deputy Daisy Mae gave birth to 10 mini bloodhounds


By Madeleine Marr
Miami Herald

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — Congratulations are in order over at the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.

The agency welcomed 10 new deputies on Tuesday night in Titusville, Florida. But not the human kind.

K-9 deputy Daisy Mae gave birth to 10 mini bloodhounds, six males and four females, the agency announced on its Facebook page.

The post says that Daisy Mae is a first-time mom, having been bred with a coworker, Blue.

“Trust me when I tell you that they are the 10 best-looking deputies you will ever see,” joked Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

The litter will soon be off and running, entering the workforce at a tender age.

A few pups will be part of a search-and-rescue unit helping to find missing children and seniors with Alzheimer’s disease, BCSO says.

Two other little ones will embark on a new role to educate families about bloodhounds as part of an exhibit at the Brevard Zoo. This breed is known for its tracking ability and sense of smell.

An adorable video shows mom with her pups, most of them snoozing and nestled up against her.

Everyone is “doing great.”

©2022 Miami Herald.
Visit miamiherald.com.
Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

McClatchy-Tribune News Service
  1. Tags
  2. Florida
  3. K-9

Recommended for you

Copyright © 2022 Police1. All rights reserved.