Watch the shocking thing that happens when GA DNR K-9 finds my keys!

posted by Laura Anderson - 

We had a visit this morning from Georgia Department of Natural Resources Officers Phillip Scott, Jack Thain and Thain's K-9, Officer Case.  Case is a 2 1/2 year old Czech German Shepherd.  

DNR received Case when he was 13-months and Officer Thain is his trained handler.  Case is used to search for items and people, good and bad ones.  His finds include lost Alzheimer's patients.  

Check out the Facebook Live below from this morning.  We had Case search outside the station for my keys.  He found them...and Case did something unexpected and funny when he did!

PS:  Scroll below to find out how you can help support GA DNR with a specialized license plate.

  • DNR Law Enforcement Specialty License Plate

Show your support for Conservation Law Enforcement in Georgia by ordering a Georgia Game Warden license plate for your vehicles or trailers!

Funds from the sale of this tag will go to further the operations of the Law Enforcement Division in its mission to conserve our natural resources and protect the people served by the Division .

The Division has reached the goal of 1,000 pre-sales and the process is underway to transfer tag ordering to the Georgia Department of Revenue (GDOR). During this short transition, tag ordering is suspended. As soon as ordering is permitted on GDOR's website, order information and a link to their site will be posted on this page.If you have already pre-ordered your tag(s), you will receive information soon instructing you to complete the process at your local tag office. 

Your support of conservation law enforcement is greatly appreciated!  

Please direct all questions to Mark McKinnon at mark.mckinnon@dnr.ga.gov  or by phone at 770-918-6408

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