- August 7, 2020
After a "ruff" competition, Flagler County Sheriff's Office's K-9 made it to the final four of the Florida Sheriffs Association's K-9 March Madness competition.
Sixteen sheriffs offices from across Florida competed for the title of K-9 March Madness Champion on the the Florida Sheriff's Association's Facebook over the course of March. FCSO submitted Axle, who made it all the way to the top four before falling to Charlotte County Sheriff's Office's K-9 Copper on March 31.
Copper will go head-to-head against Monroe County Sheriff's Office's K-9 Mako for the championship title. Nassau County's Sheriff's Office's K-9 Rip also made it to the final four, but fell to Mako.
The competition took place exclusively on the Florida Sheriff's Association's Facebook page, with participants voting for one K-9 over another by using specific Facebook reactions. Voting for the championship will begins on the Florida Sheriff's Association's Facebook page on April 5.