Law enforcement says 'thank you' to Texas K-9 after nearly a decade of service.  

A Texas K-9 who revolutionised the community retired after nearly a decade. In April 2014, Fox News Digital claimed K-9 Indy was born in Hungary.  

He joined Trophy Club Police Department Sergeant Barry Sullivan in the U.S. in 2015. Sullivan was angry during Indy's last shift because the North Texas police couple had been together since they met.   

The officer's dashcam shows Sullivan and Indy listening to the dog's retirement announcement, which lists his professional accomplishments. Article header video.   

A dispatcher thanks Indy for his nine years of service and highlights his accomplishments in the video. K-9 Handler Sullivan told Fox News Digital about an unexpected emotional meeting.   

I was overcome by emotion. He stated K-9 Indy is always with him. Sullivan and Indy have lived and worked together since the beginning, unlike other police K-9s.    

This K-9 had free range at my place, unlike others. He followed me around because most working K-9s live in their handlers' backyard dog houses.   

Sullivan said the German shepherd's narcotics detection, tracking, and arrest training makes him "truly unique."  

S. "Indy had this remarkable ability to switch between being a serious, effective police dog when needed and being a friendly, lovable ambassador to the community."  

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