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What happened to Officer K9 Kanon? The highly trained 2-year-old narcotic detection Dutch Shepherd died mysteriously in Bryson City, North Carolina.

He was assigned to the police department. He died about 7-weeks ago and Pennsylvania-based Throw Away Dogs Project hadn't heard a word about what happened-- until an article in the Smoky Mountain Times came out.

To say Carol Skaziak is upset would be an understatement. Kanon was an incredibly special dog her organization donated to the police department and he had already been through a lot in his young life.

Throw Away Dogs wants to know the truth and get to the bottom of what happened. 

Kanon was assigned to be training with Officer Chris Dudley who transported him from Pennsylvania to North Carolina. For some unexplained reason, K9 Kanon was given to Officer Jeffrey Fowler who is no longer on the Police Department’s Payroll. K9 Kanon was found dead in his outside kennel by Fowler’s Wife when she was doing the evening feeding. Within 2 hours of his death he was cremated. No necropsy was ordered. Nobody representing the City of Bryson has been forthcoming with information surrounding Kanon’s death. Throw Away Dogs just wants the truth. They make a promise to every dog they save to “Never be thrown away again.” Give us the truth and stop hiding. We want justice for K9 Kanon E.OW. 3/13/2018

Help Throw Away Dogs by contacting the North Carolina Attorney Generals Office for Animal Welfare at 855-290-6915

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