Beloved police dog retires

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

During the last shift of his award-winning, six-year career, Hamilton police dog Argus received his retirement badge.

His handler Constable Mike Eleftheriou will now call Argus his pet, and not his partner. The two have proudly served the community and assisted in locating missing persons and apprehending criminals. Now the dog gets to enjoy retirement at home with the Eleftheriou family.

"He is just like a normal dog at home," said Matthew, Constable Eleftheriou's nine-year-old son. "He loves to play, especially with his ball."

Deputy chief Tom Marlor presented Argus with his retirement badge during the December 28 ceremony at the Central police station.

Beloved police dog retires

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

During the last shift of his award-winning, six-year career, Hamilton police dog Argus received his retirement badge.

His handler Constable Mike Eleftheriou will now call Argus his pet, and not his partner. The two have proudly served the community and assisted in locating missing persons and apprehending criminals. Now the dog gets to enjoy retirement at home with the Eleftheriou family.

"He is just like a normal dog at home," said Matthew, Constable Eleftheriou's nine-year-old son. "He loves to play, especially with his ball."

Deputy chief Tom Marlor presented Argus with his retirement badge during the December 28 ceremony at the Central police station.

Beloved police dog retires

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

During the last shift of his award-winning, six-year career, Hamilton police dog Argus received his retirement badge.

His handler Constable Mike Eleftheriou will now call Argus his pet, and not his partner. The two have proudly served the community and assisted in locating missing persons and apprehending criminals. Now the dog gets to enjoy retirement at home with the Eleftheriou family.

"He is just like a normal dog at home," said Matthew, Constable Eleftheriou's nine-year-old son. "He loves to play, especially with his ball."

Deputy chief Tom Marlor presented Argus with his retirement badge during the December 28 ceremony at the Central police station.