Members of the Puyallup-based Eagles Daffodil Aerie 2308 and Pierce County Sheriffs Department deputies and K-9 officers pose their their pups at the Eagles building before a demonstration for club members. The Aerie raised $2,500 toward the acquiring and training of a new K-9 officer, “Doc,” the 2-year-old partner to human counterpart Theron Hardesty.
Members of the Puyallup-based Eagles Daffodil Aerie 2308 and Pierce County Sheriffs Department deputies and K-9 officers pose their their pups at the Eagles building before a demonstration for club members. The Aerie raised $2,500 toward the acquiring and training of a new K-9 officer, “Doc,” the 2-year-old partner to human counterpart Theron Hardesty. LEE GILES III Staff file, 2015
Members of the Puyallup-based Eagles Daffodil Aerie 2308 and Pierce County Sheriffs Department deputies and K-9 officers pose their their pups at the Eagles building before a demonstration for club members. The Aerie raised $2,500 toward the acquiring and training of a new K-9 officer, “Doc,” the 2-year-old partner to human counterpart Theron Hardesty. LEE GILES III Staff file, 2015

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