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Photo provided Danny, the Wadena County Sheriff's Department Canine Unit, shows off the stash of marijuana he helped secure on April 19 after a traffic stop. A California man and woman were arrested and charged with felony drug crimes after the drugs were found in the vehicle they were driving.

Drug dog Danny set to retire

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Deputy Danny has a few grey whiskers under his chin and is set to retire in the spring, according to Wadena County Sheriff Mike Carr.

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"He's showing his age a little bit," he said about the nearly 10-year-old dog.

Danny has worked for the county seven years, Carr said. His nose is still good, but drug dogs are in their prime ages 5-7.

The K-9 officer is the first dog to serve in the sheriff's department in recent years, Carr said.

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