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A North Carolina sheriff’s office is welcoming two sweet new members to its team: a pair of nine-week-old bloodhound puppies so young, they don’t even have names yet.

These baby K-9s “will be trained to help our deputies and investigators locate missing persons and track suspects,” said the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office.


(Courtesy: Henderson County Sheriff’s Office)


(Courtesy: Henderson County Sheriff’s Office)

(Courtesy: Henderson County Sheriff’s Office)

As if that weren’t adorable enough, authorities have now asked the county’s fifth grade STAR students to submit names for the newest members of the force, Fox Carolina reports.

Selected names will be announced next month, when students will get to meet the dogs in a very special ceremony.


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