All smiles because a high school in Arkansas has photographed their police dog for the upcoming school’s yearbook. The high school is extremely proud to have her on board.
The much talked school is Bryant High School located in Arkansas. They have added their k-9 police dog to school’s yearbook- hornet as a special guest.
The PD members featured her right between the two faculty members.
The police dog is listed as a school resource officer along with other faculty members.
Police Dog: Who’s the smiling pup?
The name of adorable k-9 police dog is Mya. She is nearly 3-year-old and belongs to breed of Belgian Malinois. She is working at the high school with her trainer cum handler Sergeant Paul Tarvin since last year.
Mya is a highly trained narcotics dog and suitable enough for the role of School Resource Officer. Despite a narcotics dog, Mya has been helping in recovery and tracking on school premises.
The Bryant PD was delighted to have Mya featured in the school’s yearbook. Mya knows her job well. Despite being summers, she will still be working at school without leaves. She’s doing her best to keep the community safe with school police dog. Mya has a great big smile along with sharp claws.
How the world reacted
“So it looks like one of Bryant PD’s finest School Resource Officer’s made the Hornet Yearbook this year. Good job Mya, you are representing the PD with pride…..Hornet Pride!!!” the PD Department of Byrant school wrote on Facebook. Messages of love and support for young Mya flooded twitter. “That is a very adorable picture!! She looks so happy!!” a twitter handler wrote. “She’s my favorite officer,” wrote another.
You can follow Mya on Instagram as Mya_hornetk9.