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Adorable Ohio Police Dog Wears a Mask – Wrong [VIDEO]

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This K9 dog in Ohio shows how not to wear a mask in a viral video police released on Facebook. In July, the Wooster Police Department wrote on its Facebook page, “In this video, K9 Lucky demonstrates how to properly wear your mask. 😷 #InThisTogetherWoo.” The Department is located in Wooster, Ohio.

The video has been shared tens of thousands of times. On July 23, in another post, the PD wrote, “The Wooster Police Department is aware of Governor DeWine’s face covering mandate that goes into effect on July 23rd, 2020 at 6pm. Throughout this pandemic our department has maintained a strong partnership with the Wayne County Health Department and our support for them will remain unchanged. Our health department is the lead agency when it comes to COVID related matters and we ask that you not call 911, our dispatch center, or our office with questions concerning face coverings, the Governor’s order, or COVID-19 in general. These types of inquiries should be forwarded to the Wayne County Health Department.”

Watch the police dog video below.


People Enjoyed the Video of Lucky

https://www.facebook.com/woosterpolicedepartment/videos/201856601226481/?v=201856601226481

Judging from people’s reactions, the video of the K9 was a hit. “This is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen 😮” one woman declared in the comment thread.

“Awww. He was a good sport about the whole demo video! Hahahaha,” wrote another. Another woman wrote that she had met Lucky before, writing, “Awe.. we just pet lucky yesterday and I shared this video 3 days ago when I saw it.. he is a great dog!”

Another fan chimed in, “Good job Lucky! You are such a smart dog!” Another woman wrote, “Lucky you’re famous.” One woman decided to make a statement writing, “The dog knows not only how to wear a mask, but knows that you are suppose to wear one👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻.” The viral video police shared has been shared almost 1,000 times.