‘Constable Floof:’ Dog Wearing Clothes In Cop Car Is Driving The Internet Wild

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An impossibly fluffy dog ​​dressed in clothes while sitting in a police cruiser has taken the internet wild, with people hailing the ‘Constable Floof’ pooch.

The photo of the very professional pooch was shared on Facebook by New Zealand Policeand shows the white furry dog ​​in the driver’s seat.

Beneath his enviable mane, the Samoyed appears to be dressed in a blue top, not unlike the color of police uniforms.

The photo, posted last week, was captioned, “Feeling cute. Might delete it later.”

Nearly 8,000 people liked the photo, while hundreds commented, including the Australian Federal Police Facebook account.

“It should be illegal to be this cute,” they joked, while the Kiwis replied, “Ikr.”

Others also praised the dog’s levels of cuteness, as Ali Clements noted: “The Constable floof has a certain sound…”

A Samoyed sits in a police car in New Zealand. The fluffy dog ​​has been dubbed “Constable Floof” online.
New Zealand Police

Mercy Heta Taioalo wrote, “Introducing our one and only Agent Floof. So cute.”

Jane Smelt thought, Sargant Samoyed to the rescue.

Marie Knight opined, “Seems to me he would befriend criminals instead of apprehend them. Too good to be tough.”

Angel Stewart commented: “I know you want to recruit, but that takes a new level of kindness.”

Ethan Odonnell-Mcintosh asked, “Does this K9 have a valid driver’s license?”

Natasha Chant said, “Partner in crime.”

Although the dog is definitely part of the K-9 unit, the New Zealand Police website revealed that all of the dogs they use are German Shepherds.

This has been noted by a few commenters, as Sonja Rankin said, “Teddy Bear Dog posing as a German Shepherd…I love Samoyeds.”

Darryl Baser said: “This pup is so undercover right now. Great job on a German Shepherd…”

Bev Lambert wrote: “I think he does an undercover job, lol, beautiful.”

The New Zealand Police website states: “All patrol dogs are German Shepherds and are provided by the Police Dog Breeding Program based at the Dog Training Center near Wellington.

“All police dogs are trained at the police dog training center in Trentham, Upper Hutt, near Wellington.

“Training a patrol dog is based on a six-step development and qualification process that begins when dogs are puppies and ends when they graduate at 18 months. Dogs live at home with their masters.”

Police dogs respond to over 30,000 incidents each year in New Zealand. They assist their human counterparts in search and rescue, victim recovery, drug detection, and are deployed with the Armed Delinquent Squad.

Newsweek contacted New Zealand Police for comment.

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