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‘Would you rather’ with the IU Police Department K9 Unit

Dec 7, 2023

Asking friends and family “would you rather” questions when gathering together for the holidays can be a silly way to spread cheer. With the Indiana University Police Department’s newest addition to its K9 unit, we thought it might be fun to catch up with the four-legged officers for a “would you rather” Q&A with some seasonal questions and a few others mixed in.

First, here’s a little bit about each pup. From top left, IU Police Department K9s Cash, Honey and Indy. Photos courtesy of IUPD and by James Brosher, Indiana University.... From top left, IU Police Department K9s Cash, Honey and Indy. Photos courtesy of IUPD and by James Brosher, Indiana University.

Cash is a 2-year-old American field Labrador retriever whose handler is Officer Ryan Skaggs. Cash’s job for the IUPD is explosives detection. You can follow Cash on Instagram.

Honey is a Plott hound who is almost 2 years old. Her handler is Officer Hannah Skibba, and she works as a therapy dog for the IUPD. Follow Honey on Instagram and connect with Honey on Facebook.

Indy is a 5-year-old Labrador retriever. He does explosives detection for the IUPD with his handler Officer Rob Botts. Follow Indy on Instagram and connect with Indy on Facebook.

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Author

IU Newsroom

Mary Keck

Communications Manager, Public Safety

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