High school and college graduation season may be over, but don't worry because these pups are celebrating a graduation all their own. Meet the eight Labrador Retrievers who just finished their 11-week training course to officially become narcotics detection dogs.
Shamus, Hogan, Iowa, Yodel, Josefina, Putnam, Conner, and David graduated from the Canine Training Center in Middletown, Connecticut, to become the 181st Narcotic Detection Dog Class, reports People.
According to a Facebook post from the Connecticut State Police, the dogs, who all came from Guiding Eyes for the Blind, are trained to detect narcotics, including heroin and Fentanyl. They will be working with the Connecticut State Police, as well as local departments in Colchester, Enfield, Hartford, and Stafford.
Watch the dogs head to their graduation ceremony in the video below.
See some of the other hardworking CT police K-9s:
180th K9 class handles wait for their K9's & graduation to start. Congrats!! pic.twitter.com/DpRGThWrde— CT State Police (@CT_STATE_POLICE) June 30, 2016