Rutland County Sheriff’s OfficeK9 Betcha

K9 Betcha was a two-year-old Australian Cattle Dog who served as a narcotics/tracking K9 at the Rutland County Sheriff’s Office in Vermont. He was with​ the Sheriff’s Office for about a year when he was struck and killed by a vehicle while in the line of duty. “He was my fourth K9 partner but my first dog that I https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipOlS02C-2ZTsMBUC8DRmn4xmASmOeA3ey9je-7iAisr1-IMeG0DExn9-J4w7RovEA?key=cFU3UVIyUVBKejVRYlpOTHJhcHM4cWh0TmR4N0F3can say was my therapy,” says his handler, Deputy Sheriff Edward Hunter of Betcha. Deputy Sheriff Hunter has been in police work for 35 years and says that K9 Betcha truly helped him cope with his past and present in the job. When Betcha was off-duty, he loved playing Frisbee and driving down the road with his head out the window allowing people to snap pictures of him as he passed by. K9 Betcha gave his life for his career and is greatly missed by his partner, and his off-duty family, as well as his family at Rutland County Sheriff’s Office.