GUELPH — When Guelph Police Service Const. Neil Moulton brought his partner in for a checkup before the start of their July 23 shift, he didn’t expect to hear they had worked their last shift together.
“He was a little bit lethargic but I was expecting them to tell me to give him a couple of pills and that would be it,” Moulton said. “We worked afternoons Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. He worked right to the end.”
Moulton was joined Tuesday by several officers from the Guelph Police Service, including Chief Jeff DeRuyter, Deputy Chief Paul Martin, Staff Sgt. Cate Welsh and Const. Craig Nigh to pay tribute to Police Service Dog Nitro during an event held at Royal Canin, in Aberfoyle….
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