Eight-year-old retired police dog Wangwang broke down in tears of delight as she met her adoring handler for the first time since June 2019.
On Douyin, China’s equivalent of TikTok, Xichuan Police posted a video of the dog running up to her old handler and rolling around with joy for belly rubs. Wangwang looks to be sobbing at one point, but she’s not the only one.
The video’s voiceover stated, “Wangwang’s hair is becoming white, but she is well-nourished and gaining weight.” According to the Daily Star, Wangwang served as a sniffer dog for the Xichuan Police at security checkpoints in the central Chinese province of Henan.
Despite being separated from her handler during the process, she has now discovered her forever home. Users on Douyin praised the video’s nutritional value. The dog is crying, commented one commentator. Because dogs are great pals, kindly take good care of her.
You can tell how much Wangwang misses her handler, someone else said. When the dog approaches you from behind, you will understand. Xichuan Police said that time restrictions were the reason the handler was unable to remain with the dog.
According to the statement, “Police dogs are typically fed appropriately at the training facility, but our officers were unable to dedicate their time to play or exercise with retired canines.”
Although Wangwang might miss her handler, I’m sure she’s enjoying herself with her new family. While Wangwang gets a holiday after several years of duty, an Australian police dog has been patrolling the nation’s waters and meeting new pals.
PD While on duty, Mako came upon a couple of dolphins and became utterly enamored with them. When Mako discovers them while he is splashing in the water, he begins to pace back and forth.
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