SO CUTE!! Six Very Important Puppies Joining Taiwan’s Police Force (Photos)

Important Puppies Joining Taiwan’s Police Force

Pic shows: The police academy puppies;

Taiwanese police have melted hearts on the internet after releasing pictures of their canine academy’s newest pup-cruits.

The six puppies, all pure-breed Labrador Retrievers, were born in the beginning of May and are being introduced to the public for the first time as part of their one-month birthday celebrations.

According to the canine unit of the New Taipei Police Department, in North Taiwan, the pups have only just opened their eyes and will now be officially admitted into their training programme.

The puppies, all male, were born to retired police dog Yellow, and they have been given the names Fuxing, Shuman, Feida, Yige, AJ and Liang.

The authorities said they hoped the young dogs would perform just as well as their mum in the future, and 13,000 likes from online users suggest that they feel the same way too.

Though many netizens hoped the puppies "would never grow up", many said they were already looking forward to adopting them once they retire from service.

The New Taipei Police Department says they hope to train at least one of the puppies as a blood-detection dog, while the rest will be raised as sniffers for the city’s narcotics unit.

However, being a certified police dog is far from easy.

It will take some eight to 12 months for the pups to be fully trained - using the same methods as they do in Belgium - and for them to get their certificates, which will have to be renewed once a year through a routine inspection of their abilities.

Feeling a little worn down and stressed out? Puppies are the answer. Puppies are always the answer.

 

These pups are not just any pups, mind you. These are very important police pups.

Behold the six very important puppies joining Taiwan's police force

(Picture: AsiaWire)

The New Taipei Police Department has officially debuted the newest recruits to its canine academy this week, as part of the purebred Labrador Retrievers’ one-month birthday celebrations.

The six puppies were born in the beginning of May to retired police dog Yellow, and have been named Fuxing, Shuman, Feida, Yige, AJ, and Liang.

Behold the six very important puppies joining Taiwan's police force

(Picture: AsiaWire)

They’ve only just opened their eyes, but the police department can see the puppies’ potential, and have already admitted them into the official training programme.

Behold the six very important puppies joining Taiwan's police force

(Picture: AsiaWire)

To celebrate being one month old and landing a coveted job on the force, the puppies were introduced to the public and posed for a photoshoot.

The police are hopeful that the puppies will do as brilliant of a job as their mum, Yellow, and plan to train at least one as a blood-detection dog, while the rest will learn to be sniffers for the city’s narcotics unit.

Behold the six very important puppies joining Taiwan's police force

(Picture: AsiaWire)

Not to rush ahead (they are just one month old, after all), but once the dogs retire, they’ll be available for adoption. So any fans will just need to wait a decade or so to bring home a very cute dog. Or they could just go to a shelter and pick up an equally adorable dog there.

The puppies will now begin their training, which can take between eight and twelve months.

Behold the six very important puppies joining Taiwan's police force

(Picture: AsiaWire)

If they pass rigorous tests, each puppy will be given a certificate, which must be renewed once a year dependent on a performance review. It’s all very serious.

We have full faith in their capupbilities, but any pups that flunk out should be sent our way. We will happily take a tiny pup who’s too snuggly for the force.

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