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Cute police puppies join the elite team of dogs, but the irritable group has a lot to learn

Meet the real Paw Patrol! Cute police puppies join the elite team of dogs, but the excited group has a lot to learn as they run around with exhausted officers

  • The NSW police have included eight new puppies in their dog group
  • The four males and four females were born nine weeks ago on Saturday May 9
  • Boys are Bluey, Bonus, Brune and Bane- Girls are Bailey, Bounty, Bindi and Bibi
  • Superintendent Peter McErlain said they are “valuable assets” to the community

Eight new adorable puppy recruits have been welcomed into an elite dog squad.

The NSW police introduced the newest members of their team in a video posted to Facebook on Tuesday, featuring the playful pups turning rings around their handlers.

The group’s newest dogs, four boys and four girls, form the ‘B’ litter and were born nine weeks ago on Saturday, May 9.

The boys are called Bluey, Bonus, Bruno and Bane and the girls are called Bailey, Bounty, Bindi and Bibi.

After undergoing in-depth training, the fluffy recruits were able to embark on a serious career looking for missing children or tracking down violent offenders.

The NSW police have introduced eight new furry recruits (pictured) to their elite dog squad

The NSW police have introduced eight new furry recruits (pictured) to their elite dog squad

Senior Senior Constable Leo Clarke noted that the young recruits said they had a lot of work ahead of them, but were enthusiastic and promising students.

“At the moment they are quite spirited, they are very playful like all puppies, but they are very passionate,” he says.

Commander of the Dog and Mounted Unit, Superintendent Peter McErlain, added, “Those pups will soon be following a rigorous training regimen that will take them through different disciplines.

“If successful, those disciplines can be urban search and rescue, they can be trained to track down violent offenders.”

They can also be reverse trained to find and locate children and missing persons. Their talents will be numerous and varied. ‘

Superintendent McErlain has no doubts that the nest of black German Shepherds will excel in their role of protecting the community.

“They are a valuable asset to the NSW police and the NSW community,” he says.

The German Shepherd puppies (one in the photo) will undergo rigorous training before serving in different disciplines

The German Shepherd puppies (one in the photo) will undergo rigorous training before serving in different disciplines

The German Shepherd puppies (one in the photo) will undergo rigorous training before serving in different disciplines

“Of all the talents they bring to the job, they keep the community and their handlers safe.”

Founded in 1932, the Dog Unit is the largest police dog unit in Australia with over 100 police officers, nine civilian personnel and over 100 police dogs.

The names for the puppies were chosen from the Dog and Mounted Police Command, as this is the first litter born since the unit merged with the Mounted Unit on February 24 this year.

Residents of NSW were over the moon with news.

‘Beautiful Pawtrollers of the future. Be the best you can be for the boys and girls in blue, ”wrote one woman.

Another comment read, “What a beautiful bunch of new recruits !!”

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