Florida Sheriff’s Office Holds Contest to Name New Puppies, Describes K-9 Unit Tasks


Friday morning on FOX and Friends, Ainsley Earhardt interviewed Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey and K-9 officer Daisy Mae to discuss their contest naming Daisy Mae’s 10 puppies. Sheriff Wayne shared that two have already been named, one after a woman who donated 20 ballistic vests for the K-9’s, Cindy Johnson, and the other after the father of dogs, Baby Blue. 

Ivey explained that the dogs are trained for several different things including tracking to search for missing people, two females are going to the zoo for a new educational exhibit, some will go into search and rescue, and others will go into the Paws and Stripes program. Also, some of the dogs provide comfort and help children, who are victims of crimes, share their experiences with officers.

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Names for the remaining 8 puppies can be submitted through the Brevard County Sheriff’s Official facebook page. 

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