Utah K-9s get bulletproof vests


By Jacob Hancock
The Deseret Morning News

LINDON, Utah — Utah County police dogs showed off their attack and search skills to a small crowd of kennel club members in Lindon on Thursday night, sporting their new bulletproof attire.

Officers held an appreciation ceremony thanking the 35-member Utah Valley Kennel Club, which teamed up with its sister organization, Intermountain Kennel Club, to purchase the two vests for Salt Lake and Utah County K-9 teams.

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