Sheriff Elliott retires accomplished Wagoner County K-9 Edo
On 11-09-2020 Wagoner County K-9 Edo retired from service with the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office. Edo served with the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office from 2014 until 11-09-2020. He served under 3 Sheriff's and 3 handlers' during his service with the Sheriff's Office. Edo was a well-loved deputy of the Sheriff's Office and he will be hard to replace. Wagoner County Sheriff Chris Elliott will hand Edo over to former Wagoner County K-9 Deputy, Now Coweta Police Officer Bryan Underwood for retirement.
Edo was born on 07/28/2012, he was imported to the United States. Edo was purchased by the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office in 2014 from the Little Rock K9 Academy, Edo was fully trained as a dual purpose K9 (Narcotics and Patrol).
K9 Edo has performed numerous demonstrations for the public and news stations. Edo loves people and all the attention he can get, on a regular basis at the Sheriff's Office you could see K9 Edo running around the back-parking lot mingling with other County employees. Several hundred Wagoner County citizens have had the privilege of meeting and petting K9 Edo throughout Wagoner County during events, festivals and on daily patrols.
K-9 Deputy Edo, Sheriff Elliott, and every member of the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office thanks you for your dedicated service and know will enjoy the retirement life with Underwood.