Chuck starts 2017 off with a nice, big smile in January.|NYPD1/9 Chuck starts 2017 off with a nice, big smile in January.|NYPD
Thunder gets some loving in February.|NYPD2/9 Thunder gets some loving in February.|NYPD
Primo keeps a watchful eye over March.|NYPD3/9 Primo keeps a watchful eye over March.|NYPD
April features a K9 and two larger four-legged officers.|NYPD4/9 April features a K9 and two larger four-legged officers.|NYPD
Clifford, from the bomb squad unit, appears in May.|NYPD5/9 Clifford, from the bomb squad unit, appears in May.|NYPD
Paulie, Kobe, Stryker and Angel stroll through northern Central Park for June's insta|NYPD6/9 Paulie, Kobe, Stryker and Angel stroll through northern Central Park for June's insta|NYPD
Timoshenko, who appears in July, is named after Staten Island officer Russel Timoshen|NYPD7/9 Timoshenko, who appears in July, is named after Staten Island officer Russel Timoshen|NYPD
Ellis shows he's hard at work in August.|NYPD8/9 Ellis shows he's hard at work in August.|NYPD
Diesel, the calendar's cover canine.|NYPD9/9 Diesel, the calendar's cover canine.|NYPD
Once the bubbly goes flat and all the confetti is picked up, it’ll be time to literally turn over a new leaf by switching to a 2017 calendar.
You can make every day of the New Year a dog day with the NYPD’s first-ever K9 calendar, which showcases all the ways canines help the department.Four units of the NYPD usecanine cops: Emergency Services, Transit Bureau, Counterterrorism and bomb squad.
We’re told that K9 Mike, who is not pictured above but appears as December’s dog, caused quite the stir when he rode the subway for his photo shoot, with many passengers snapping their own pics as he posed. Next stop Fashion Week?
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The NYPD Canine Calendar can be purchased for $20 via the New York City Police Foundation. All proceeds benefit department programs and initiatives.