Joyful Reunion: Former Police Dog Overwhelmed with Delight as Beloved Handler Returns

Prepare to get emotional as this heartwarming tale is sure to tug at your heartstrings. The story revolves around the reunion of a retired police dog with his former handler, which left many people feeling touched. Meet Wang Wang, an eight-year-old German shepherd who worked as a sniffer dog at a security checkpoint in Xichuan, Henan Province, in central China. After years of loyal service, he retired in June 2019 and was adopted into a loving permanent home. Recently, Wang Wang’s old handler, a police officer, decided to surprise him during a patrol near his new residence. A video shared on the Xichuan police Douyin account, which is similar to TikTok, shows the officer connecting with Wang Wang outside his house.

Upon hearing the sound of the previous agent’s call, Wang Wang hastily made his way out of the house and into the embrace of his former owner. The dog showed affection by licking his legs and shedding tears, as he stood faithfully by his old master’s side.

Upon the patrol’s return to their vehicle, Wang Wang insisted on staying behind with his manager, displaying reluctance for them to depart. According to a message, Wang Wang had visibly aged, with graying fur, but he appeared healthy and well-fed. Saying farewell to friends is never easy.

Online spectators were filled with warmth and joy as they witnessed the touching reunion of a loyal canine and its trainer.

“Take good care of your beloved dogs as they are loyal companions,” advised one commentator. Another observer noted that Wangwang seemed to be longing for his handler. The sight of their heartwarming reunion has left some onlookers questioning why the duo is not allowed to stay together.”

According to Xichuan police, retired police dogs are usually well-nourished during their training period. However, officers cannot always devote time to playing or exercising with these dogs. As a result, the police department feels that retired dogs will receive better care in a home environment rather than in a training facility.

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