Tuesday, April 9, 2024

New Dog Coming to Town

In March, the Common Council authorized the creation of a therapy dog program for the Hudson Police Department. In the resolution passed by the Council, the program is described as a "proactive measure to enhance community relations, officer well-being, and assist children victims." 

Last night, at the informal Common Council meeting, Chief Mishanda Franklin shared a picture of the dog who is to become the HPD's therapy dog. She was also shared the picture with Gossips.

This is Wrigs, a shepherd mix named for the late Hudson Police officer William Wrigley. 

Wrigs is currently finishing up his training in Florida with his handler, Sgt. Larry Edelman. Wrigs is expected to arrive in Hudson and be introduced to the public sometime next week.

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