Brevard K9 Junny Becomes Top Dog in the State

It’s official! The winner of the Florida Sheriff’s Association’s first-ever March Madness contest is K9 Junny with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. comfort dog and ambassador, has been with the department for eight years serving schools and special events as Sheriff Wayne Ivey’s shadow dog. The sheriff’s office attributed Junny’s victory to community support. It was an all-Bloodhound final round as Junny took on K-9 Waylon of Highlands County. But K9 Junny came out on top, leading with over 1,200 votes. and participated in the tournament and congratulations Junny, you made us proud,” Sheriff Ivey wrote on Facebook. Junny has been an outspoken advocate for animal rights. who reminded residents that not everyone can call 911. “It takes a community to protect your community of furry friends,” Junny said via the sheriff’s office works for winners.

It’s official! The winner of the Florida Sheriff’s Association’s first-ever March Madness contest is K9 Junny of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.

More than 179,000 people voted in the FSA’s March Madness contest which involved dozens of K9 subs, five rounds over two weeks.

This content is imported from Facebook. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, on their website.

Brevard’s comfort dog and ambassador, Junny, has been with the department for eight years, serving at schools and special events as Sheriff Wayne Ivey’s ghost dog.

The sheriff’s office attributed Junny’s victory to community support.

It was an all-Bloodhound final round as Junny took on K-9 Waylon of Highlands County. But K9 Junny came out on top, leading by more than 1,200 votes.

“Whether they were German Shepherds, Bloodhounds, Golden Retrievers, Malinois or otherwise, these are heroes impacting and saving lives every day. Thank you again to everyone who voted and participated in the tournament and congratulations Junny, you have made us proud,” Sheriff Ivey wrote on Facebook.

Junny was a strong advocate for animal rights. He played a central role in the county’s Report Animal Abuse awareness campaign, which reminded residents that not everyone can call 911.

Property of HearstBrevard County Sheriff’s Office

Major Junny Unloading Panels

“It takes a community to protect your community of furry friends,” Junny said via the sheriff’s office.

An award ceremony is in preparation for the winners.

Comments are closed.