K-9s, handlers to retire from Atlanta's airport
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ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Two officers and their K-9 partners are celebrating their coming retirement from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport's U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
"Blesk" -- a Belgian Shepard and "Chevee" -- a rescued beagle as well as their two handlers are preparing to leave their years-long careers with Atlanta's airport.
FOX 5 News spoke to each of their handlers about their K-9 partner's best finds.
Blesk worked in narcotics, while Chevee works in agriculture.
Blesk will stay with his handler, and they'll retire to Florida.
Chevee will go home with one of his caretakers from the kennel where he currently lives.