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Visalia PD K-9 retiring from force after 6 years
VISALIA, Calif. (KFSN) -- One Visalia Police Department K-9's hard work has paid off. After six years with the department, Bronson has retired from the job.
The Visalia Police Department announced his retirement with a post on Facebook.
Bronson will now spend his retirement years with his handler, Officer Mike Carsten, relaxing on the couch and enjoying life.
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