K-9 Ezzo retires after 50+ dog years with the Cudahy Police Department

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K-9 Ezzo retires after 50+ dog years with the Cudahy Police Department (PHOTO: Cudahy Police Department)

CUDAHY — A K-9 officer in Cudahy has hung up his vest — retiring after 50+ dog years with the Cudahy Police Department!

Cudahy police announced K-9 Ezzo’s retirement on Thursday, June 29th. He’s served for eight-and-a-half years.

Police said Ezzo has certainly earned his retirement, and noted that he will be missed.

K-9 Rex is taking over for K-9 Ezzo.

Police on Facebook shared a number of photos from Ezzo’s career battling bad guys, walking in parades and serving as a community liaison for the department.

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