Officer Julie Jensen, right, stands with Edy, a 15-month-old Belgian Malinois, and officer David Foote, left, holds Teno, a German Shepherd during their graduation ceremony at the California Highway Patrol academy in 2015. The Assembly’s proposed budget provides retired CHP police dogs with a $2,000 retirement plan.
Officer Julie Jensen, right, stands with Edy, a 15-month-old Belgian Malinois, and officer David Foote, left, holds Teno, a German Shepherd during their graduation ceremony at the California Highway Patrol academy in 2015. The Assembly’s proposed budget provides retired CHP police dogs with a $2,000 retirement plan. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Officer Julie Jensen, right, stands with Edy, a 15-month-old Belgian Malinois, and officer David Foote, left, holds Teno, a German Shepherd during their graduation ceremony at the California Highway Patrol academy in 2015. The Assembly’s proposed budget provides retired CHP police dogs with a $2,000 retirement plan. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
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