Berkley, Regimental #1522

Berkley, Regimental #1522

Retired PSD Berkley, Reg #1522 is a sweetheart!  She loves her ball and in her retirement she adores couch snuggles.  She has a beautiful companion, retired PSD Paco, with whom she loves to play and then apres-play snuggles.  Berkeley is known for her long, loud sighs when it’s time to get up in the morning.

Berkley has a great nose, but she hates flies or any bug that comes near her, including those human-controlled “drone” bugs.  So loud!.  

Berkley worked for Calgary Police Service for almost 6 years, putting in a lot of miles searching for human remains.  She worked on a few high profile cases in Calgary and in other jurisdictions.  Berkley was paramount in the recovery of a missing woman, who was found buried in her own backyard.  PSD Berkley also played a part in locating women who were killed near Salmon Arm, BC in 2017. 

She loves a ball, any ball. Ball is life!  Life is ball!  She currently gets all the balls she wants but because she was diagnosed with chronic bronchitis she has to limit her play time running to retrieve those balls.  Despite this, Berkley has been enjoying her retirement immensely! Welcome to the Ned’s Wish Berkley!