There's a new dog in town

Deputy's partner comes with birth certificate, passport, nose for narcotics


Last updated 5/10/2019 at 7:24pm

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Deputy Terrence York bonds with his new partner, Cezar.

Rick Monroe

Special to the Village News

San Diego Sheriff's deputy Terrence York is definitely a dog lover, but he's never had a canine like Cezar, a 2 1/2-year-old Belgian Malinois who was bred in Hungary and brought to the U.S. as a police service dog. Yes, he arrived in the U.S. with a birth certificate and passport.

York, a Fallbrook deputy the past four years with the sheriff's department, spent 10 weeks training with his new partner.

"It was a tough academy," York said. "The training is for the dog and the handler. We were paired because our personalities matched. Then, you work on...

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