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Halifax Comfort K9 Roxy & Handler Officer Paul Campbell

Roxy is a 7 month old, Red Labrador Retriever acquired from and trained by Professional Canine Services. She is the twelfth member of the Plymouth County Comfort Dog Program.

On October, 17 2023, Halifax Police Chief Chaves said, “The Halifax Police Department wants to thank District Attorney Cruz and his entire staff for the generous gift that started the Halifax Police Department Comfort Dog Program. Roxy is extraordinarily popular with the entire community. The impact she and Officer Campbell have made on the community has been overwhelming, and they are just getting started. They will be a very busy pair as they meet all our residents. We are truly grateful for this partnership which will take our community engagement to new heights.”

That day, Roxy and Officer Paul Campbell took on the challenge and embarked on a mission to spread cheer and compassion throughout the town, one wagging tail at a time.

Roxy and her dedicated handler, Officer Paul Campbell. Roxy, a furry four-legged companion with a heart as big as her paws, has become a beloved figure in Halifax. Her presence brings a sense of comfort and solace to those in need, whether it's during challenging times or simply to brighten someone's day.

Officer Paul Campbell, Roxy's devoted handler, recognizes the profound impact a dog's unconditional love can have on individuals and communities. Together, they've embraced the challenge of visiting various corners of Halifax, extending their paw of friendship to people from all walks of life. Beyond her role as a comfort dog, Roxy has a remarkable ability to connect with people on a profound level. Whether she's gently nuzzling against someone in distress or offering a friendly paw to a child, Roxy's intuitive sense of empathy shines through. The duo's visits have left an indelible mark on the hearts of many. Roxy's presence has a unique way of breaking down barriers, fostering a sense of camaraderie, and reminding everyone that a little warmth and companionship can go a long way.

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