The Anaheim Police Department’s famous, and now retired, K9 Bruno is one of five recipients of a national award from the American Kennel Club. From the OC Register:
Bruno, the famous police dog wounded by a bullet in the line of duty, is getting recognized by a national group.
The German shepherd, who is now retired from the Anaheim Police Department, is one of five recipients of the American Kennel Club’s Humane Fund Awards for Canine Excellence. The group gives the award to those who “have made significant contributions to their communities and truly exemplify the power of the human-canine bond.”
Bruno won in the category for Uniformed Service K-9.
Winners will receive $1,000 to go to a pet-related charity of their choice, a one-year pet insurance policy and an engraved sterling silver medallion to be given at a Florida event in December.