Utah Police Dogs Compete in Agility, Bite Work, and Obedience
The Utah Peace Officers Association K9 trials will begin tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. at the Provo High School football field. The competition is open to the public and will put police dogs from around the state through the ringer. According to Provo Officer Rory Rasmussen, roughly 36 dogs and handlers will compete in events testing agility, bite work and obedience.
As part of the K9 trials, the Utah Peace Officers Association will have T-shirts and other items available for purchase. All of the proceeds from items purchased will go to benefit Unified Police K9 Officer Angie Martin, who has been diagnosed with cancer.