RICHMOND, Va. (WAVY) - From roaming the streets – to protecting them.
Just a year ago, a Pit Bull named Cotton was at Heritage Humane Society in Williamsburg. This week, Cotton is starting his third week of narcotics training to become a State Police K-9.
He had to work on his kennel manners and learn to channel his energy, but Senior Trooper R.T. Clements says he saw something special in the pup.
You can track Cotton’s progress by visiting his Facebook page.
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