While the name Fury might make you nervous about this retired Police Service Dog, don’t let that fool you: he is really a sweetheart (unless you’re a criminal). Born in Innisfail Alberta in 2013, Fury went on to serve with the RCMP in the Lower Mainland in British Columbia, spending most of his time in the Surrey and Langley Area.
During his career, Fury wasn’t a dog that liked having a slow day at work. He and his human partner were responsible for hundreds of arrests, ranging from gang conflicts to homicide suspects. Not only did Fury assist with those cases, but he also worked with the Emergency Response Team (ERT) throughout British Columbia, which means that he was truly a special police dog.
If Fury could buy himself a plane ticket he would be a snowbird in his retirement life. Fury goes looking for salmon while his human is fishing, or he hops on the paddleboard for a nice outing on the water. Fury loves the water and we think he deserves every second he gets to spend on the beach.