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A New Jersey police dog, a Military vet, partner to accept a donated christmas dog kennel

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A New Jersey police dog has a new, patriotic, dog kennel, thanks to a local carpenter who built it.

Lou Dibella, of Scotch Plains, N. J., poured the special red-white-and-blue-dog kennel-K-9 For Harmony, and a member of the Hackettstown Police Department, the dog and the partner, agent, Kelly Basin.

“K-9 for Harmony, got to her new home on Thursday and she is very excited,” the HPD said on its Facebook page.

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Lou DiBella, left, up, a christmas doghouse for the Hackettstown Police Department K-9 For Harmony, and her partner, Ptl. Christopher Sink, an Iraq War vet.
(Hackettstown Police Department)

Dibella wanted to donate to the kennel at a local K-9 handler, who is also a military veteran, and the Lehigh Valley Express-Times reported on Saturday.

Laver is qualified and, after serving during the Iraq War, the armed forces of the u.s. 10th Mountain Division and the 57th Gun Truck Company.

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Jada, a belgian Malinois, was the Hackettstown PD’s K-9’s three years ago.

“It’s been my passion for the K9 began with my efforts, as I have worked with and observed a military explosive detection dog,” Sink said, according to the words of the report. “When I first heard about the belgian Malinois breed. I didn’t have a formal K9 training is up to you… I bought the Harmony as a puppy. From that moment on, I would be up with the K9 handlers and civilian K9 teams, in order to learn and observe.”

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Hackettstown Police department, officials said DiBella was impressed with the kennel, after seeing the President’s Home to honor a K-9 For King, the military dog is injured while in the invasion, in Syria, in October, that killed the Islamic State’s terror leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Hackettstown is about 50 miles west of New York City.

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