The latest edition of the Calgary Police Service’s canine calendar has been launched.
The calendar marks the 60th anniversary of CPS’ Canine Unit, and features 13 months of good boys and girls taking some time off from their jobs to pose for the camera.
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All proceeds from sales of the calendars goes towards the Calgary Police Youth Foundation, which works to keep over 9,000 youth safe from crime and victimization, the foundation’s website states.
“From patrol to drug, explosives and cadaver detection, these are smart and athletic partners in serving and protecting their citizens,” the calendar’s description states.
Those hoping to purchase the newest version of the calendar can do so at the Calgary Police Youth Foundation’s website.
The calendar costs $15 and will ship starting on October 15.
This year’s edition will also feature a large poster showcasing some canine heroes from years past.