Sgt. Eric Bowling shows his partner, Reno, at the Lexington police's canine unit. Most of the dogs come from Germany via a trainer in Indiana and are taught to respond to commands issued in German. Each of the department's 10 dogs costs about $9,000.
Sgt. Eric Bowling shows his partner, Reno, at the Lexington police's canine unit. Most of the dogs come from Germany via a trainer in Indiana and are taught to respond to commands issued in German. Each of the department's 10 dogs costs about $9,000. Herald-Leader
Sgt. Eric Bowling shows his partner, Reno, at the Lexington police's canine unit. Most of the dogs come from Germany via a trainer in Indiana and are taught to respond to commands issued in German. Each of the department's 10 dogs costs about $9,000. Herald-Leader

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