Flomaton PD Welcomes K-9 Kain, A Month After Their Previous K-9 Died

March 9, 2023

The Flomaton Police Department is welcoming a new K-9, about a month after their previous K-9 passed away.

K-9 Kain is an 18-month old German shepherd trained by Central Alabama Police K9 in Clanton, Alabama.

Kain is National Narcotic Detector Dog Association certified and will be partnered with Cpl. Charles Land.

Flomaton Police K-9 Boo passed away February 3 after suffering sudden health complications


2 Responses to “Flomaton PD Welcomes K-9 Kain, A Month After Their Previous K-9 Died”

  1. Lhester1965 on March 13th, 2023 3:31 pm

    That is a beautiful pupper! You know he’s a good boy, I can see it in his eyes and his smile! Everybody better enjoy that smile, because when he is working, he will not be smiling, he will be serving and protecting. The suspect will not like the look of those teeth!

    God bless all the officers and keep you safe, whether human or canine. I pray for LEO’s every day, because I have one I love very much!

  2. Charlotte Bates on March 9th, 2023 9:58 am

    What a pretty boy. Sending hugs and love to this beautiful dog. Praying, for both of you to be safe.

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