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County’s bloodhound pups find new homes, jobs

| Wendy Victora Rudman
Of the 11 puppies that Copper, Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office star bloodhound gave birth to Oct. 28, just two have not been claimed. e, Nassau, Jackson, Bay, Hardee and Brevard counties each accepted a puppy from the SRSO. Jacksonville Police Department took one and the SRSO kept one to train.
Okaloosa County Sheriff Eric Aden and Deputy Tim Patterson pose Jan. 13 with “No. 11,” a bloodhound puppy given to them by the Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office, whose top tracker recently gave birth to 11. Contributed photo


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