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Vancouver Police Canine Unit Just Released Their 2019 Charity Calendar And It’s Badass

For 2019, the Vancouver Police Department has decided to feature their four-legged partners on their calendar. Very good police dogs and their handlers have been getting together on the calender for a noble cause. The calendar, which will raise money for the B.C. Cancer Foundation and B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation, was the idea of retired Vancouver Police Sergeant Mike Anfield, whose wife, VPD Constable Candy Anfield, lost her battle with breast cancer in 2004.

The police services dogs are important to Vancouver Police Department because they are trained in a variety of disciplines which include: tracking, criminal apprehension, evidence recovery, narcotics, firearms and explosives detection. The Canine Unit responds to over 10,000 calls for service each year in the city of Vancouver, and to Lower Mainland police agencies who require the services of a police dog and handler.

If you’re interested in purchasing this awesome calendar head to their website! The calendar costs $15.00, and you can order it from anywhere in the world. All money raised goes to the BC Cancer Foundation and the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.

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Very good police dogs and their handlers have been getting together for very badass photoshoots, creating pawesome charity calendars

And this year’s edition is more badass than ever

Retired Vancouver Police Sergeant Mike Anfield started the calendar in 2009 in honour of his wife

VPD Constable Candy Anfield lost her battle with breast cancer in 2004

“Proceeds from the sale of the calendars go towards the B.C. Cancer Foundation and B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation”

“You can see their personalities showing through in the pics,” Social Media Liaison officer for the Vancouver Police Department told Bored Panda

“The police dogs all followed their handlers instructions during the photo shoots and were good dogs”

So many people fell in love with the calendar, the police department even organized meetups with its stars

“The police services dogs are important to our department because they are trained in a variety of disciplines”

“[Including] tracking, criminal apprehension, evidence recovery, narcotics, firearms and explosives detection”

“The Canine Unit responds to over 10,000 calls for service each year in the city of Vancouver, and to Lower Mainland police agencies”

People were incredibly happy to get to know the canine unit from up close

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