Bellingham Police Department's K9 "Spyder" after Passing his National K9 Narcotics Testing
Cheyenne and her handler Officer Gosselin
The Bellingham Police Department is saddend to announce the passing of our police tracking bloodhound Cheyenne. Cheyenne was a red bloodhound, she was born 03/15/1999. She passed away on 04/11/2010 due to a stomach condition known as bloat. She was donated to officer Gosselin on 06/08/2003 by Pam Andrews, a breeder from Lake Butler, Florida. Cheyenne worked for short time in Florida before coming to us in Bellingham. During her time with this department Cheyenne was involved in numerous High Profile tracks for us and other area Departments. She was able to locate 9 of 14 people including 3 bodies while working with us. Cheyenne retired from regular duty in 2007. She lived out her retirement with officer Gosselin at his home. She was a great asset to this and many other area communities and she will be missed.
Cheyenne Rae Ann 03/15/1999 - 04/11/2010
K9 Officer Lenny Gosselin performing a K9 Demo for Ashlands Citizens Police Academy with his K9 Boris. Assisted by Dispatcher / Aux Officer Stephen Daigle in the bite suit. 10/08/2008
The Bellingham Police Departments newest K9 "Boris" along with the K9 cruiser.
Officer Leonard Gosselin and his K9 "Ajo" conducting a narcotics search of a vehicle for the Ashland Police Department at their headquarters.